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well written well written Dutch Interior by Mark Santangelo Joan Miro created a surrealist painting a style that expresses the subconscious using imagery in the subject matter Dutch Interior shows a man playing the guitar at a table There are animals and a women sitting around him listening to the beautiful sound Miro used a wide array of colors especially green and white to emphasize a happy day He uses complementary colors to allow the colors to clash and have things stand out and be unified from the rest of the canvas Joan Miro created this painting by observing another painting called The Lute Player He painted distorted simplified and abstracted it by drawing only what he thought was important of the object and using the colors he thought best represented the figure Miro feels that it is not important to show every little detail because doing that gives your imagination no room to imagine To him abstracting his images is the best way for him to express his inner feelings In this painting the Dutch Interior he feels the most important thing is the fact that a man is playing a guitar and so he paints that He does not think the painting was painted to show the mans velvet hat so he leaves that out Miro puts a happy warm feeling into his work by painting soft but brilliant colors onto his canvas He puts soft whites into his painting to emphasize that warm mood of joy Miro
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