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Vincent van Gogh Contribution to the Impressionism of the Modern Painting

25 Oct

Vincent Van Gogh usually engaged in religious activities in his youth, and his life changed a lot after he devoted himself to the buy van gogh painting, which aroused his burning passion and interest. And when his first most outstanding paintings was created he found that his life the life of passion. One of Van Gogh’s most famous works is Sunflowers completed in 1888. In this painting, the color yellow delivers the feeling of vitality just like the sun. These sunflowers were put in a vase and under the rich vitality brushwork of Van Gogh the flowers together with the beautiful sunshine reflects the sense of hope. Van Gogh was able to show the pure beauty of the nature for he loved the nature so much.

Van Gogh loved sunflowers and the sunflowers in his painting for sale have pure color and simple modeling. The main color in the painting is yellow plus some blue and green. For more please visit http://www.artisoo.com

 

Cafe Terrace at Night

Cafe Terrace at Night

Oil painting reproduction: Heorhiy Narbut 100 Karbovanets Of The Ukrainian National Republic Revers 1917 – Artisoo.com

8 Jun

The term Modernism Oil Paintings applied retrospectively to the wide range of experimental and avant-garde trends in the arts that emerged from the middle of the 19th century, as artists rebelled against traditional Historicism, and later through 20th century as the necessity of an individual rejecting previous tradition, and by creating individual, original techniques.

From the 1870s onward, the ideas that history and civilization were inherently progressive and that progress was always good came under increasing attack. Writers Wagner and Ibsen had been reviled for their own critiques of contemporary civilization and for their warnings that accelerating “progress” would lead to the creation of individuals detached from social values and isolated from their fellow men. Arguments arose that the values of the artist and those of society were not merely different, but that Society was antithetical to Progress, and could not move forward in its present form. Philosophers called into question the previous optimism. The work of Schopenhauer was labeled “pessimistic” for its idea of the “negation of the will”, an idea that would be both rejected and incorporated by later thinkers such as Friedrich Nietzsche.

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Oil painting reproduction: Heorhiy Narbut 100 Karbovanets Of The Ukrainian National Republic Revers 1917 – Artisoo.com.