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Artist Vincent Van Gogh Name of Piece Rain at Auvers Description - Verbal From the piece of artwork Rain at the Auvers I can see roofs of houses that are tucked into a valley trees hiding the town black birds clouds upon the horizon hills vegetation a dark stormy sky and rain The artistic style is brush stroke Aesthetic is the function or purpose of the work The subject genre is still life The image is impressionism Oil and Crayon Watercolour paint was used with a variety of different style brushes It is a natural piece The Rain of Auvers can be found at the National Museum of Wales Analysis The colours used in the artwork are earthy tones with various browns greens yellows blues and some violet These colours create a sense of harmony on the painting as each colour moulds into the scenario thus heightening the expressive qualities of the artwork The colour used is important to the artwork because together they create a place of tranquillity meeting on coming havoc The lines that are used do not outline individual objects in the painting but define the shapes of each They show the direction that the artist took when painting this particular art piece They are delicate and sensitive lines in the sense that they are not always visible but they still define the object The painting has been painted to a deep 2D form This form creates an illusion of a large amount of space As if to create the illusion that you were looking out past the village towards the horizon This was important so to capture the full effect of havoc reaching the harmony The shape of the artwork is soft and flowing into each section By using this format the artist has created a piece of volume and depth
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