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The painting "Blooming Garden" was created by an unrecognized in life, but very talented French artist Vincent Van Gogh in 1888.
Of all the genres of art, the French post-impressionist Van Gogh chose the landscape. He loved wildlife passionately and passionately, some kind of extraterrestrial love, unlike most of his contemporaries. Nature became his inspiration and the source of his work.
Therefore, because of his inner assessment of the world around him, affection and love, Van Gogh was able to write amazing masterpieces of fields, flowers, stars and trees. One of these paintings is “Blooming Garden”.
This canvas depicts an abundance of various colors, shining in rows in the picture like small lights: red, yellow, blue, orange - almost the entire space of the picture is dotted with them. Houses and trees rise above, “framing” the garden, indicating that an infinite number of flowers still have borders. Under the green tree are the most favorite flowers of the French artist - sunny sunflowers.
Paints, colors, shapes - in the picture, one feels the special language of Van Gogh through which he speaks to us through his canvases.
His work is a real emotional element that has unbridled insight. Looking at the picture, the artistic manner of the French post-impressionist sometimes seems chaotic and spontaneous, in fact, everything is deeply calculated and thought out in his picture.
The viewer, after viewing this picture, feels warmth and peace, an abundance of bright colors enhances his mood and makes you see the beauty of the existing world - a pleasant garden full of beauty leaves no one indifferent. After viewing this picture, following the example of the artist, you also look at nature with deep affection and love.
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