The "Colors of Nature" is a very special gallery where the colors of the universe are shown in order to be admired, studied and to give a sense of nature and advice the public to take care of the most important piece of art, the world itself.                    Santiago Clavijo Romero   D.A.D

Parisian Boulevard by Ramon Pichot i Gironés is a very particular, trying to show how calm was Paris back then at the end of the 19th century. The line is explicit and the shapes this picture has are extraordinary because the get mixed with dark color and little touches of light.
The Port of Rotterdam by Paul Signac is an exquisite pice of art, without to much details but with powerful colors that show the Expressionism at its best, using lines and shaping with colors that make this art enjoyable and emotional.
A Field of Blue Bonnets, Late Afternoon Sunlight, by Julian Ondedonk, is an amazing view of a wonderful landscape, full of colors and not to much detail which makes this art more emotional and fluent, full of peace and water.
Barriada d'Horta o Lliris Blancs, by Antoni Samara Tugues, is not only an expressionist painting, is a landscape full of nature, mixing man with earth being synchronized and living the cycle of life, a wonderful sunrise full of warmth and peace.
Water Lilies, by Claude Monet, This artist is well known for his wonderful landscapes, it is a pleasure to show how defined are the shapes in his paintings, using a variety of colors and he creates an armory between them
Cham de Coquelicots by Claude Monet, such a beautiful landscape full of space and freedom, shapes that even though are not so defined, give de sense of nature; colors that belong to the medium, and textures that give realism.
Fisherman's House by Josep Burdeus, is a modern picture, full of what reality and color at this time were, full of great lines that match perfect in order to create a landscape where the color complement it.
Rural Texas by Edward G. Eisenlohr is an american picture of a landscape that uses bright colors and emanate energy and color. Even when the expressionism was already passed, this picture shows an incredible use of colors and textures.
The Annunciation of the Virgin by Grayson Perry, is a ver contemporary piece of art, mixing the lines, shapes and colors brighter and used in all around the picture, making it more explicit and elaborated.
Arab Café in Ramallah by Marcel Janco, shows how the color and the line are more important and accurate for art than anything else, giving the sensation of strength in medieval times, and giving more abstraction to reality.
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