The colors of the universe by greg fetherson

This gallery will bring you to explore different colors and shades of nature that the universe produces. Different landscapes and elements of the world create beautiful and natural colors. From the beach to the forest, from the mountains to the plain grass field, all produce their own unique and vibrant color. 

The Memory of Nature, Suk, Chul Joo, 2010, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
This photo captures a patch of grass as the clouds creates the dark and gloomy scene. As you can see the after effects of the clouds and the photo filter create a stale and grey color of the grass. This brings a different perspective of nature's own element, the grass.
Summer evening at the South Beach, Skagen. Anna Acher and Marie Krøyer, Peder Severin Krøyer, 1893, From the collection of: The Hirschsprung Collection
This painting brings the vibrant colors of the beach. The many different shades of beige and the reflection of the sun bring out the universe's natural element sand. The blending and brush strokes of the many different blues create the beautiful and vast ocean. This has said to be one of the many wonders of the world.
Sunset on the Beach at Sark, unknown artist, nineteenth century, ca. 1850, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
This piece shows the many colors of a sunset. The sun rays beaming of the sky, brings about different shades of the sky. Light red clouds with a light blue sky create a major contrast but blend well together and create a vibrant scene. The sun rays also bounce off the water and create the same colors as the sky.
[Desert Sand Hills near Sink of Carson, Nevada], Timothy H. O'Sullivan, 1867, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
Being that this photo is very ancient, its has a very unique and vintage filter that brings out its seniority. When you think of a desert , you think of blue skies and sand but this picture produces both beige skies and sand. This is the real definition of a desert.
Modjeska Peak, Santa Ana Mountains, California., Original Source: Wikipedia
This photo of the Santa Ana mountains in California shows the emphasis, shape, and colors of the mountains. Starting from the bottom the colors are very bright because of the way the sun is positioned. As you go further and further up, the colors attend to dim and decrease its value because of clouds that are near the mountain.
Landscape from Stenbjerg with moon, P.S. Krøyer, 1889, From the collection of: Skagens Museum
The color of the moon in this painting creates a subtle mood of a sunset. It brings out the sky, as it is the only thing that sits in the blue sky. The colors of the sand portray a cozy and cool feeling to the eyes. This is not an ordinary beach painting.
Statue of the Madonna in the Mountains, Caspar David Friedrich (German, 1774–1840), 1804, From the collection of: The Art Institute of Chicago
This vintage photo of the Statue of Madonna in the mountains offer a very unique and old filter. We all know trees are green but this time around they are a dull and dirty yellow. This contradicts nature's natural colors but it also gives us different perspective on what if the mountains were yellow.
Maramureş Mountains Nature Park, Daniel Andreica, 2014-09-11, From the collection of: Mocăniţa - Last of the Carpathian Forestry Railways
This photo clearly captures a bright purple flower at its peak. The zoom level on the pedals of the flower brings you a close up of its clarity and uniqueness. You can even see the darker shade of purple inside the flower. The green plants in the back are visible but they are not vivd. They also portray a beautiful color.
An Artist Studying from Nature, Claude Lorrain (French, b.1604, d.1682), 1639, From the collection of: Cincinnati Art Museum
This painting is very detailed and includes many colors. The sky has a certain array of colors along with the trees. The rays from the sun are hitting the trees creating a bright orange-green color which is very interesting. The water and the ground create their own colors because of the sun rays.
Harmony Between Human and Nature Series Ⅵ, Cang Xin, 2003, From the collection of: Today Art Museum
This photo is very detailed as well and creates a variety of vibrant colors. Starting from the top, the skies are their normal colors but the snow on the mountains are a vivid ice blue. Going down to the lake, it has a very warm green color which is unusual for a body of water. The field of dirt has a vibrant color to it along with the stream of water that has grass rocks lingering in it.
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