Green In The Trees

In this gallery we can see the color green used in 15 different art pieces by 15 different artist. But the color green isn't just a color on the artwork. The color green in these art pieces is used on the trees, so lets take a look at great environment art.

Wooded Hilly Landscape, Abraham Pether, 1756–1812, British, 1785, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
I chose this one because a lot of green is used here to represent different types of forestation.
The Harvesters, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1565, From the collection of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
In this art piece we can see the green used on the fields below, but darker shades used in the trees. I like how the color yellow really makes the green stand out and vice versa.
The Hungry Lion Attacking An Antelope, Henri Rousseau, 1898-1905, From the collection of: Fondation Beyeler
I chose this art piece because green here is used on many different textures of leaves. The artist does a good job using light greens and dark greens to portray this texture. 
View from Stalheim, Johan Christian Dahl, 1842, From the collection of: The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Norway
I chose this art piece cause I wanted to show the trees in a different season. The trees are not bright green all year around, in this picture the trees of the mountain have dark green colors with a red tint to them.
Rainy Season in the Tropics, Frederic Edwin Church, 1866, From the collection of: de Young museum
I chose this art piece because it was my favorite. I really liked how the green and blue combined. The grey and white all accent the blue and green colors.
The Cemetery, Etaples, 1919, Lavery, John (Sir) (RA) (RSA), 1919, From the collection of: Imperial War Museums
Here we can see green again in the back round. The green almost seems to be flat though, its used to create a horizon line as well as draw perspective.
Beach at Vignasse, The Golden Isles, Henri Edmond Cross, 1891 - 1892, From the collection of: MuMa - Musée d'art moderne André Malraux
I chose this art piece because the green in the bushes here is used more strongly as shade to give shape to the bushes,
Road through an Oak Forest, Jacob Isaacksz. van Ruisdael, 1646-1647, From the collection of: SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst
The heavy greens colors in this art piece show a dark side of the color green, almost as if you can see how thick the forest is without even having to walk inside.
Untitled (forest scene), Emily Carr, circa 1932, From the collection of: Royal BC Museum
I chose the green here because the artist has shown that you can make a thick jungle.
The Road from Versailles to Saint-Germain, Alfred Sisley, 1875, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
The artist has used green here to relate a calm and peaceful setting, You can almost barely see the human figure standing behind the bush.
The squatter's daughter, George W. LAMBERT, 1923-24, From the collection of: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
I chose this art piece because I wanted to show the color green being used to brighten a dry setting.
Landscape with Cows, Eugène Boudin, 1881, From the collection of: MuMa - Musée d'art moderne André Malraux
There is so much green on the fields in this art piece it almost looks as if the green is reflecting into the clouds.
A Wooded Landscape with Travelers on a Path through a Hamlet, Meindert Hobbema (Dutch, 1638 - 1709), about 1665, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
Here the artist has used very dark green colors to show a very dark environment. Maybe as if night is approaching.
Violet and gold, Frederick McCUBBIN, 1911, From the collection of: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
I chose this picture because I can really relate to the swamp type greens in this art piece. You can make out the thickness of the vines and bushes, and the canopy of the trees.
The Terrace at Saint-Germain, Spring, Alfred Sisley, 1875, From the collection of: The Walters Art Museum
I chose this art piece as my last because you can really see the different types of greens represented to show the different types of forestation, you can see the grass on fields the leaves in the trees, the shrubbery along the walkways. 
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