Lets talk about how these paintings are blue.
This painting does a great job of using the color blue within the grid squares.
This painting does a great job of portraying night fall by using different shades of blue.
The blue in this painting makes the painting look like it is going upwards due to the different shades of blue.
The blue in this painting draws more attention to the men in the bright yellow suits, who are probably the focus point.
The different shades of blue in this painting lets people know how deep the water is.
The blue in this painting brings out the abstract person from the background color.
The different shades of the use of the color blue shows us the difference from the mans shirt from the blue background.
The color of blue used in these flowers really brings your attention to the flowers in the painting.
The shades of blue used for the sky and on the rooftops of the building really lets you know what time of day it was during the painting.
I think that the blue background really lets the observer know that this piece was made out of some sort of glass or crystal. The blue on the piece brings out color on the piece.
The blue in this painting helps bring out the green and the faint color purple near the top of the painting.
The blue in this painting represents water in what looks to be a pond full of green lily pads.
The use of blue in this painting is the water, another way the blue is used is the look of the different glassiers.
The use of blue in this painting is to show the water and the blue sky in the background. it also mixes in with the faint purple smoke.
This painting shows night fall by using light blue to make it seem that the moon is shining down on the bridge.
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Fundación Banco Santander
The J. Paul Getty Museum
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
The Munch Museum, Oslo
Royal BC Museum
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Suntory Museum of Art
Hong Kong Museum of Art
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