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The painting is made by Vincent van Gogh in 1889 He painted the image when he was in mental asylum His worked was not highly appreciated during his period and he was only able to sell one of his collections The painting is currently displayed in New York The artist became depressed because of poverty and later shot himself and died because of the wound The image painted by the artist tells us about his life The sun shows how he is trying to recover the loneliness from his live which is hidden behind the dark cloudsThe painting is abstract work exhibiting an imaginary vision made with use of Oil pastel crayons tempera paint with the mixture of curving and visible lines The artist uses combination of both light and dark color with dominant color yellow to capture the eye of the viewer towards the sky He uses dark green and blue to show reflection of the sun while the building in the center is show in red yellow blank and white The image shows dark fire emerging from the ground The artist uses lines to separate different areas such as the mountainsThe title of the image has raised the gesture of the image without the title the image itself has no meaning and looks has a mixture of different coolers splashed or a persons dream The title Starry Nights helps us to distinguish that the night sky is the focus of the art It further tells us about the dark clouds covering the sun The title also helps us to view image from different perspective such as making the mountains in the foreground very large creating the effect of looking down a hill The image gives different analysis for example the mountains sun and the cloud demonstrates the beauty of the nature the houses show the quiet life in a small town The church indicates the importance religion in the life of
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