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Jan 28

Vincent Van Gogh Oil Painting Irises

The painting Irises not only shows the natural beauty, but also the beauty of art. Because of it, we begin to notice its beauty and show more respect for Vincent Van Gogh. In the famous oil painting of Irises, the whole space has been almost covered by irises, only the red brown land can be seen on the small part of the left corner. But the irises are mostly blue, whose leaves are the attractive points. It seems that a lot of the leaves are the protagonist. And do these leaves as blue as the sea symbolize the ordinary people? Do little pale leaves under the light indicate the difficulties of their life? The beauty the irises show is so proud to ride on their backs and make all their pains clearly display there, which is really worth thinking about. But it seems as if they do not feel any more.

Thus, the bodies of these leave begin to twist without losing their original features. But on the upper left corner of the painting, there are more tiny spots of red irises with the slightly darker colors in the bottom. Does it predict the dark places on the high? And it forms the composition echoing with the color of land in the lower left corner. At the same time, the usage of these colors makes the whole picture with a very clear color level. The painting of the soul is the use of light, so that the whole picture is full of vigor. In the oil painting Van Gogh has painted a white iris which looks noble and very abrupt. Plus the drawing of iris leaves is very soft.

This is to use a wave method for drawing, which means to highlight the dynamic feeling conveyed by colors and to give people a new feeling. However, its essential characteristics of character confront each other with daggers, the metamorphosis of the image, is it right? A symbol of something beautiful, have emerged in the world to grow and the beauty of the mind, is to be gone through untold hardships of the twists and turns? However, the painting seems to symbolize a world with the natural beauty.

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