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The Fall of Rebel Angels - Pieter Bruegel the Elder Color: Uses Browns, greens, reds, and rough textures for the bottom half of the image and uses yellows, whites, pinks, etc for the top half. Showing the viewer the difference between the good and evil in the composition. Composition: The Composition gives the viewer an experience chaos, but separates the angels and demonic creatures. Angels at the top of the composition and the demons at the bottom -- From Beauty to Repulsive. Style: Narrative, Storytelling, and meaning. Gaining inspiration from the painter Hieronymus Bosch (Religious Allegories) This piece references to Revelation 12:7 And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels. Gives the viewers a visual of the war between the angels and demons. Medium: Oak ;Oil on Panel
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