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I chose this painting because of the vast space it shows. I have always liked paintings with wide landscapes from a far perspective. What intrigued me the most about this work are the various details and objects positioned at different distances. This really ads to the overall depth and perspective of the painting.
I chose this because it immediately reminded me of the fictional city Minas Tirith from Lord of the Rings. I also chose this because of the vast landscape that is also depicted in this painting. The attention to small detail, like the people "closest" to the viewer really give the perspective of the size of the structure and what lies behind it.
I chose this painting because I, and I think all of us can somehow relate to this visual right now. I really like the overall "blended" texture of the painting, while also keeping the perspective in "blurred" focus.
I chose this painting because it really made me miss home in Los Angeles, and especially the opportunity to go to the beach at this time of year. Obviously the time period conveyed isn't relevant, but that's what also made this work interesting. The way the people are dressed in this setting is quite strange, but unique. Again the far landscape in the background was also appealing.
While this painting does not show a very wide use of landscape, what intrigued me about this was the trees and how they almost seem to be lined up in a linear and parallel fashion. After thoroughly examining the work, there is certainly an erie feeling about the figures illustrated and the setting itself.
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