The following pictures show how the colors blue and green is used in paintings that represents nature.
Blue is used for the sky, with using the darker shade of blue to emphasize that it is a night sky and also to enhance the contrast between the night sky and the stars.
Light blue is used for the sky and dark yellowish-green is used for the leaves on the trees to give a somewhat cooler atmosphere rather than warm to the picture.
The blue in this picture is in a darker shade to represent the dark sky. It is also represented on the reflection on the water. The green is dark, almost as dark as black to support the idea of "isle of the dead".
The blue in this picture represents the sky. The green is used on the tree leaf with a slightly darker shade of green also with a yellowish touch of green.
The blue is again, represented the sky. Light blue was used to show daytime. Green is used for the tree leaves and it is slightly darker blue-green color to show the reflection from the sky.
Light blue was used to show daytime is coming. The dark green is used for the tree leaves and the grass.
The blue used here is really light, almost white to give a cooler feeling to the audience. The green is used for the trees, grass and bushes. Ranging from light green to dark green.
The color in this picture is more warm, therefore the blue is really light and some are a little mixed with yellow. The green is also mixed with yellow, forming a light yellow-green on the trees.
There are several shades of blue here, forming the sky and the reflection on the water. There is also some blue on the mountains. Green is used for the tree leaves, also combined with yellow, which made it yellow-green to reflect the sunrise/sunset.
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