Van Gogh used a complementary color scheme. The colors he used were blue and orange which are on the opposite sides of the color wheel. The mood created is gloomy because of the use of blue.
The artist, Modigliani, used analogous scheme. The colors he used are yellow-orange, orange, and red-orange. The mood created is kind of mad or angry.
Monet used a cool color scheme because this painting has yellow-green, green,blue, and purple. The mood created is calming because the cool colors aren't overused.
Monet used a monochromatic color scheme with all different shades of blue. The blue gives this painting an uneasy feeling.
Monet used a triad color scheme using the colors red-violet, blue-green, and yellow-orange. These colors give the painting a happy feel because of the use of the red-violet.
Manzur uses a warm color scheme, using the colors red-violet, red, red-orange, and orange. This creates a passionate feeling.
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National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
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High Museum of Art
National Galleries of Scotland
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