Da Smith Museum

Welcome to Da Smith Museum where we love color. 

Mappa, Alighiero Boetti, 1971-1973, From the collection of: MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts
I like this painting because the color/flag colors separates the different countries.
The Starry Night, Vincent van Gogh, 1889, From the collection of: MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Starry Night of course uses a great amount of color, and the sky is alive because of it.
Untitled, Os Gêmeos, 2010, From the collection of: MAM, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo
There is a great amount of different colors in this painting, all in which tell a story and tell us that its spanish.
Diorama 59: The Return of General MacArthur, Leyte, 1944, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
The color brings this picture alive and makes it seem realistic. I thought it was a photo at first.
Diorama 60: Recognition of Philippine Independence by the US, Manila, 1946, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
In this painting I thought that the flags really stood out. The flags to me are the center and the main focus because of the color.
Prosperous Port in Kobe, Settsu Province, Hasegawa Sadanobu II, 1871, From the collection of: Kobe City Museum
This photo uses realistic coloring, the grass, the water and even the sunset in the background. I though it was another good example of color
The Soldier and the Peasant Woman, Vilmantas Marcinkevičius, 1994, From the collection of: Modern Art Center / Modernaus Meno Centras
his painting i thought was interesting because all the colors on the ground mix together and gave it a cool feel.
The Operation, Wolfgang Lettl, 1999, From the collection of: Lettl Collection
This painting is interesting because to me some things are glowing and i don't really know why, but i like how the artist mad it all pop.
untitled, ADDFUEL; EIME, 2013/2013, From the collection of: Galeria de Arte Urbana
The color in this painting is awesome, it looks real because the blue or the wall pops because of the color.
Diorama 55: Japanese Forces Occupy Manila, 1942, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
This is another painting that seem real because of the color used. The shadows and the light on the building are amazing.
Diorama 39: Proclamation of Independence from Spain, Cavite, 1898, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
The color used in this painting takes us to another place, the people in the painting are wearing colorful clothes and that tells us that this is from place probably near a beach or just a place not like America.
Diorama 34: The Revolution Against Spain Begins, Manila, 1896, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
The lighting in this painting are amazing. Th was the light is hitting the top of the trees and not the ones near the ground. Again the people are all wearing colorful clothes.
Diorama 9: The First Mass in the Philippines, 1521, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
The sky and the water catches my eye in this painting. Laguna is a wonderful artist that makes his painting seem so real.
Diorama 22: Galleon Trade Scene, ca. 1750, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
This is another painting that is alive, the color makes everything pop, and makes it feel like a real picture.
Diorama 1: Cagayan Valley Life, circa 750,000 BC, Ayala Museum Staff (Historians, Researchers, Artists) and Artisans from Paete, Laguna, 1974 - 2011, From the collection of: Ayala Museum
The color tells us that these guys are in the jungle and there is no light and outside the light is hitting the ground and the mountains and this makes it all pop.
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