The Painting of Colorful Landscapes: By: Clayton Gaudette

The artwork that is be showing is all about how nature makes color though the environment in witch it is surround by. They picture will help you see what it would look like if you were to be there.

Pichincha, Frederic Edwin Church, American, 1826 - 1900, 1867, From the collection of: Philadelphia Museum of Art
The painting shows a darkish gray mountain in the back with a grass valley in the center. As the bridge show two human in the middle of nowhere. The sunset make the sky pops out and makes some good shadows on the left side on the valley.
Sunset across the Hudson Valley, New York, Frederic Edwin Church, September 1870, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The warm sky heads down for a nap the sky glows the water reflect off the water making nice fade of the brightness to the darkness of the night apportion. The tree a hade to see but you can still see what they are. And the human get to see all of nature unfold in front of him.
Morning, Looking East Over the Hudson Valley from the Catskill Mountains, Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900), 1848, From the collection of: Albany Institute of History & Art
The human looking off over the Hudson valley from the Catskills looks successful. With the just making it to see the rich glow of the sunset go down. With just seeing the view of the valley before the array of gray cloud sucks the light of the air.
Rainy Season in the Tropics, Frederic Edwin Church, 1866, From the collection of: de Young museum
The human are looking out at the rocky mountains with the fog all around them. As the fog bring out all the colors of nature and it shows it a dull rainbow. As the green forest the surans the humans florshes around them. The sky in is blue but the gray take over the sky.
Eagle Lake Viewed from Cadillac Mountain, Mount Desert Island, Maine, Frederic Edwin Church, 1850–60, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
As the sun goes down the lake are lined up the make a nice reflection to make the sun look long stretched sun. Also the sun makes a golden stare in the air. The lakes look the go on forever and they look to be nice blue color in them.
Sunset in the Hudson Valley, Frederic Edwin Church, 1870–75, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The orange glow behind the gray mountains makes the sky dim to a dark level of light. But the green mountains seem to pop out more . The water look to be reflecting the sky to make it look grayish. The sand make the sunlight reflect to help brighten the land up.
Turner Pond with Pomola Peak and Baxter Peak, Maine., Frederic Edwin Church, ca. 1853, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
You cant see the sun but you can see the reflection of the clouds of a nice radiant glow off the clouds as well as the water making look warm in land. The dark mountain helps in showing how the land in more detail than with the sun washing out the land.
Study of Mount Chimborazo, Ecuador, Frederic Edwin Church, 1857, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The cold mountain in the back to the warm beach in the front show what neuter is about. The deserter to the pitch of green grass in the front show that the color will always be there. The brown grass on to of the small hill show that you don’t need to be green to be alive.
South American Landscape, Frederic Edwin Church, 1854, From the collection of: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
As you got the ice-cold mountain in the back with nice coting of snow the warm village show the nature at it fullest. The quarter rainbow shows the entire make up the landscape of what it is. The water shows the run off of the mountain form withe to clear.
Twilight (Sunset), Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900), 1856, From the collection of: Albany Institute of History & Art
The beautiful sunset make the sky a nice orangey color as it the sun go down. You can still see the greenish of the trees reflect of the water. And what seems to be a small fire at the bottom left corner seems to match the sun set on the forest.
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