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There is the painting A Sunday on La Grande Jatte 1844 in the Helen Birch Bartlett Gallery of the Art Institute of Chicago It was drawn by Georges Seurat 1859-1891 and painted on canvas with oil pigments This painting is a landscape that describes the island of La Grande Jatte It looks like sunny day There are many people on the grass In the right foreground a man and a woman wearing French old-fashioned clothes and standing with a monkey are looking at the sea In the center of the foreground a woman wearing red clothes and putting up a red umbrella are standing with a girl who is looking at the front In the left of the foreground some people who are sitting or laying are looking at the sea A woman is fishing A man is playing a trumpet Two solders are standing motionlessly In the right background there are also many people and trees The sea is located in the left of the background Three sailboats are moving in the sea and four men and one woman are riding a canoe Lines formed by edges are used in this painting In reality there are no actual lines in this painting because it consists of a plenty of dots However in the case that it is observed in the distance lines exist in this painting and the lines are formed by the edges For example the red color of the umbrella of the woman wearing red upper garment in the center of foreground meets the green color of the leaves and then a boundary line is made between them It is a line formed by the edges In point of line directions vertical lines are often applied in this painting All people who are standing and sitting are expressed by vertical lines Consequently they look very static Especially the man and the woman who
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