This gallery is about the color in nature and how it creates beauty in the world we see daily.
This piece by Van Gogh is called “Undergrowth with Two Figures” and van Gogh himself comments to his younger brother about how he uses the brilliance of color in the nature e paints showing the vibrancy.
Monet’s Water Lilies is a piece he made based off a Japanese garden he had a his home in Giverny, France.
Monet captured the ‘delicate and and graceful color’ of nature in this piece by showing the contrast of what nature itself creates.
The use of bright greens repeated in this piece is a pattern of everyday activities that shows how nature can repeat to create vibrant abstract beauty.
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