Vincent Van Gogh The Poplars At Saint-Remy

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For this art criticism, the artwork is Vincent Van Gogh, The Poplars at Saint-Remy, 1889. Oil on fabric • The forms that can be seen include the poplar trees and road in the foreground, in the middle ground you can see what appears to be a lake and a cottage surrounded by trees. In the background, hills and mountains rise majestically and above is a blue sky. Most of the forms in this artwork are organic, with very few geometric shapes. However, some geometric shapes can be seen in the road and cottage. • Textures can be observed throughout this painting. The texture of the poplar trees are especially predominate, created by a clever color scheme and quick, short, and impulsive brushstrokes. • Identifiable colors from the color wheel
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