Texture gives the paintings realism

The different types of texture that the artist gives to there painting sets the over all feeling for there works of art.

Dalbit-Moonshine, Lee, Jae Sam, 2010, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
The texture that was adding to the Dalbit-Moonshine gives the feeling of realism. Also the technique that was used on the leaves and shading that gave the overall feeling of realism.
Rubens Peale with a Geranium, Rembrandt Peale, 1801, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
The texture that Rembrandt Peale put in the Rubens Peale with a Geranium painting was given a overall short texture. This texture that he used gave the whole realism feeling to it.
Courtyard of the Casa Sorolla, Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, 1917, From the collection of: Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga
The heavy brushstrokes in the Courtyard of the Casa Sorolla gives the viewer a painting that its easy to depicted what it is without heavy edges.
Prisoners of War, Ladislav Mednyánszky, 1914 - 1918, From the collection of: Slovak National Gallery
The texture in the Prisoners of War gives it a bumpy feeling. But also how he managed to make this line stokes give a strong out line of a person in the front and fade as it goes back further away.
Courtyard, Eliseu Meifrèn i Roig, unknown - unknown, From the collection of: Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga
The Courtyard painting by Eliseu gives a soft tone yet if you look closely you can see that the painting brushstrokes are really heavy.
View of Piazza della Vetra in Milan, Giuseppe Elena, 1833/1833, From the collection of: Fondazione Cariplo
The painting in the View of Piazza della Vetra in Milan texture is really soft but also with a bunch of small detail and strong edges giving the texture of hard.
Ruin Eldena with cottage in the moonlight, Carus, Carl Gustav, 1819 - 1820, From the collection of: Pomeranian State Museum
The texture in the Ruin Eldena with cottage in the moonlight is another soft painting with a bunch of detail and the texture that Carus put in the cloud gave it the feeling of realism.
The banks of the Viosne at Osny in grey weather, winter, Camille Pissarro, 1883, From the collection of: National Gallery of Victoria
The banks of the Viosne at Osny in grey weather by Camille has different textures the clouds and water have a soft feeling to them and the buildings and trees have the most harder edges.
Landscape with a Castle before a Storm, Ladislav Mednyánszky, 1895 - 1900, From the collection of: Slovak National Gallery
The texture in the Landscape with a Castle before a storm by Ladislav is one of those paintings that take some time to look and find out what the painting is. This is all due to the soft texture.
Imperial Fritillaries in a Copper Vase, Vincent van Gogh, 1887, From the collection of: Musée d’Orsay, Paris
The texture for the Imperial Fritillaries in a Copper Vase by Vincent has multiple different textures from the dot for the background to the line strokes for the table and the overall realism the vase has.
Gasometers at Clichy, Paul Signac, 1886, From the collection of: National Gallery of Victoria
The texture in the Gasometers at Clichy by Paul has a unique brushstroke to me it looks like its all done by dots. Yet the buildings have a rough feel even though if you loo closely it has the same texture.
Gully at Low Tide, John Sloan, From the collection of: Huntington Museum of Art
The Gully at Low Tide is personally one of my favorites from all the paintings i choose. The texture in it catches your eye and makes you look at every little detail that was painted on it.
Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Garden, John Constable, 1826, From the collection of: The Frick Collection
The texture that John used for salisbury cathedral from the Bishop's Garden gave's it realism with different brushstrokes to texture the whole painting like the soft texture for the clouds and leafs.
Delaware Water Gap, Thomas Doughty, American, 1793 - 1856, 1827, From the collection of: Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Delaware Water Gap painting by Thomas has to me two different textures the water has such a soft texture to give it the realism of water. And everything else has a more rough texture for realism.
Portofino, Michele Cascella, 1956/1956, From the collection of: Fondazione Cariplo
The Portofino painting gives a soft texture yet the black that was added to this painting gives some areas of this painting a rough edge.
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