This piece is called "Irridescent Compenetration 7", a watercolor painting by Giacomo Balla in 1912. This is in my gallery because the entire image is made up of tiny acute triangles which create a greater image. The lines formed by the triangle give the image a sort of mood. It is almost like looking through a prism, which was intended by the author. The color scheme also is very vibrant, and uses many shades of purple, blue, green, and yellow. The left side is shaded heavily, and give the appearance that it is further away than the right side. The image is also almost completely symmetrical if not for the shading.