Drew's Favorite Art 

Art Appreciation

Sunset on Mount Diablo (Marin Sunset), William Keith, 1877, From the collection of: Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
I chose this piece because I love the sunset portrayed in the piece, as well as, the different shades of brown and red used with the different levels of the landscape elevation. Medium - Oil on Canvas
A Secret of the Forest, Seo, Sang Ik, 2011, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
This piece catches my eyes due to the use of complementary colors of the leaves on the ground. I also enjoy the unique style of tree created. Medium - Oil on Canvas
Late Afternoon, New York, Winter, Frederick Childe Hassam, 1900, From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
I chose this piece because I love how the artist created a blurred picture, to represent a snow storm. I also like the light shades of blue used. Medium - Oil on Canvas
In Spring (Blossom Time), Vilhelms Purvītis, 1933/1934, From the collection of: Latvian National Museum of Art
This art interests me because it brightens the mood with the variety of colors spring brings in each year. Medium - Oil on Canvas
The Little Worker, Helen Galloway McNicoll, c. 1907, From the collection of: Art Gallery of Ontario
I chose this piece because I enjoy the motion and movement created with the waves of grass in all directions. Medium - Oil on Canvas
The Scream, Edvard Munch, 1910, From the collection of: The Munch Museum, Oslo
This piece intrigues my eye because the artist did a great job of giving the audience a first person experience of the main character in the piece. Medium - Oil, tempera, and pastel on cardboard
The Tower of Babel, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1563, From the collection of: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
The balance and weight of the art amazes me. I could look at this art for hours, imagining myself climbing through each story of this structure. Medium - Oil on panel
Green Field, Vincent van Gogh, 1889, From the collection of: National Gallery Prague
This scenic piece draws my eyes to the house hidden by mother nature. The land behind the house confuses me on what it is. Medium - Oil on canvas
The Lackawanna Valley, George Inness, c. 1856, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
I like this piece because the size of the tree compared to the other surrounding trees. I also enjoy the overall vegetation the artist created. Medium - Oil on canvas
Beech Grove I, Gustav Klimt, 1902, From the collection of: New Masters Gallery, Dresden State Art Collections
I chose this art because I love the multiplication of trees the further back the viewer sees in the portrait. The detail and color of leaves on the ground also interests me. Medium - Oil on canvas
A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, Georges Seurat, 1884-1886, From the collection of: The Art Institute of Chicago
I chose this image because I have studied it before in an English class in high school. The image shows many different people focused on their own path and outlook on life. Medium - Oil on canvas
La Huega, Ica, Billy Hare, 1984, From the collection of: MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima
This is one of my favorite pieces of art that I have seen. I love the use of weight and movement with the mounds in the background. I also love the use of shades of grey. Medium - Oil on canvas
My Personal Universe-Exhibition Scene-1, Zhan Wang, 2011, From the collection of: UCCA Center for Contemporary Art
I chose this image because of the motion and cluster represented. The explosion of the rock is a brilliant idea. Medium - Photography
Suite: Olympic Centennial Solidarity, Ahmed Shahabuddin, 1991, From the collection of: The Olympic Museum
This piece catches my eye because I'm confused on what the artist is trying to show the viewer. I'm not sure what the figure is in the piece, yet it interests me. Medium - Oil on canvas
Among the Sierra Nevada, California, Albert Bierstadt, 1868, From the collection of: Smithsonian American Art Museum
This is one of my favorite pieces of art in my gallery. It resembles my love of water, mountains, vegetation, and the sky through different intensities of light. Medium - Oil on canvas
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