Happiness and sadness
My gallery has and variety of painting of sadness and happiness.
I added this painting because it is happy and has bright colors.
I added this one because it is sad with dark and blue colors. This was during Van Gogh's blue period.
I added this because it has very bright colors and make the painting seem happy.
I picked this to add to my gallery because it has dark colors and is sad.
I added this one because it is happy with all of the people dancing and smiling.
I added this because it's sad and depressing. This was painted around the same time that World War Two started.
This painting looks happy because of the bright colors and the big family gathered around for the picture.
This painting looks sad and gloomy because of the dark and shady colors.
I added this because it looks sad with the dark shades of blue.
This painting seems sad because of the background with the blue and the deformed shaping.
This painting seems sad to me because the women is crying.
This painting is depressing and gloomy because of the dark shades of colors.
This portrait looks to me as though it is happy because of the bright colors.
I added this one also, because it is sad because of the dark colors.
I added this last one to the gallery because it is bright colors with lots of people in the portrait.
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This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
The Kröller-Müller Museum
Palace of Versailles
Museo Reina Sofia
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Van Gogh Museum
The Art Institute of Chicago
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
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