In this painting, Van Gogh used a monochromatic color scheme.He uses yellow to make this scheme and it creates a somewhat bright mood.
In this painting, Van Gogh uses a triadic color scheme. He uses red, blue and yellow to have a somewhat playful mood in the painting.
In this painting, Van Gogh uses cool colors. These colors include blue, green, and colors in between. This creates a soothing and calming mood.
In this painting, Van Gogh uses a warm color scheme. He uses yellow, orange, and red in the painting to create a feeling of content.
In this painting, Van Gogh uses complementary colors. There is a mixture of green and red and blue and orange. This is done to create a mixture of feelings.
In this painting, Van Gogh uses analogous colors. He uses a mixture of green, blue, and turquoise colors. This is done to create a relaxing feeling.
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Van Gogh Museum
Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Art Institute of Chicago
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