Famous oil painting Olive Grove by artist Vincent van Gogh, art reproductions for sale, buy now!
Rae-Anne Fraser- Abraham's insight:
Vincent Van Gogh, Olive Grove, this piece contains many of the elements and principles , the first being line, there are no straight lines all lines are curved or irregular they vary between thin and thick, thick mostly when defining the shape of the tree trunks. They give movement through out. The brush strokes are thick and heavy which gives texture .The colours range from dark / light blues, various shades of green to warm pale yellows these colours are low intensity. . The darker greens around the trees give form and highlights the form of the landscape. The focal point of this piece is the tree on the right side that has pale blue highlights that give off natural light. The piece has negative space from the top third and the bottom third the only space that does have positive space is the middle which is composed of the Forrest of olive trees. This piece is very well organised as the elements and principles work well together as you can see from the picture above.
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