These are works of art that I like that utilize cool colors.
This painting is really calm, with the dark purples and blues and the hint of green in the water, I really like the serenity of the landscape.
I don't even have an explanation for why I like it, I just do.
I like the awkwardness of the mother's face, but you can still see the caring nature of the mother.
This is a really dark painting, with most of the colors being darker than the light blue in the middle, and I think that's why I like it; it's a little spooky.
This reminds me of the movie Rebel Without a Cause, and I think that's what drew me to it.
This painting is pretty weird, it's kind of hard to tell what's happening without the title, but I like the confusing nature of the painting.
I find the design of what I think to be a hallway very aesthetically pleasing because of the abstract-ness of the walls & windows.
I think that war paintings are something to be appreciated, because they have such sad tones and colors yet they still remain beautiful.
I love to read, and I think that the background of the books is beautiful, which is the reason I like it so much.
I think that this is a very unique painting because the man with the torch is running across a board into something that we can't see because it is in the darkness, not illuminated by the torch.
Landscapes (especially those with water) always manage to be so beautiful and calm, and this one with the boats in front of the mountains is particularly beautiful because of those qualities.
This painting reminds me of the movie Edward Scissorhands for some reason. I image this to be the garden in the big house on the hill when it still had a proper gardener. I really like that movie, so I think that's why I like the painting.
I like the isolation of the tree with what looks like a storm behind it because it allows for more detail in the tree, which I think may have been damaged by a storm in the past.
This piece reminds me of the park where I would play when I was little, I think that's why I find it so enjoyable to look at.
I really like nature paintings, and this one is no different than the other ones that I've added to my galleries. I can't really describe why I like this particular painting.
I enjoy watching surfing, and that's what I think of when I see this painting. I assume that's what it's supposed to look like, but it could just be my interpretation.
This reminds me of the artwork in a children's book, which I find very comforting.
I really like paintings of water for some reason, and Monet's Water Lilies is one of my favorites because of the wide range of colors.
I love the eeriness of the painting, because it takes a moment for me to see the second figure because she kind of blends into the landscape.
Abstract paintings are always so interesting, and the geometric variety are always so interesting in design and details.
I really like the details of this portrait, like the knuckles on his hand have splotches of red and under his eyes it looks like he hasn't slept in a while.
Emily Carr is my favorite artist, and I adore this painting because it kind of reminds me of The Lorax from when I was a kid.
In this painting, I liked the brush strokes used to create the effects of the ice, as well as the ground.
In this painting, the first thing that I noticed was the puppy in the woman's lap, which I love because I love dogs. The rest of the painting I like because of its reflection of the time period.
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