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As I was going down to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art I wasnt too thrilled of going I tend to think art museums are boring Whats the big deal about seeing in artist that died before I even born Then to have to stand to in line waiting at this point I was really trying to understand why I was here the only thing I could think of was that I forced to come here and I need a good grade in History As I went into the exhibit I decided to focus on the impressionist paintings of van Gohg since it was perfect for my history project For van Gohg nature paintings were his main focus It let him express how he felt through his paintings As I walked up to the paintings I got different feelings Like for instance the painting Orchard in Blossom Arles made me have this happy and serene feeling staring at it I kind of felt that I didnt want to move because of how calm and beautiful it was My interpretation of it was that a blossoming tree of flower was a sign of rejuvenation renewal of life and a sign of complete happiness within the artist Another painting the Orchard in Blossom made me feel a deeper happiness but it also was a deeper happiness like it was a continents within yourself rather than a materialistic thing making you feel happy Other paintings like Landscape under a Stormy Sky made me feel pity and sadness I felt that this painting expressed that everything in your life is going good and everything is at ease and all of a sudden here comes a storm or problem in your life to rain on all your happiness I think that this foreshadows how van Gohgs life was going to be from then on all down hill Another painting Arles View from the Wheatfields made me have this feeling
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