Yvonne Jacquette's Shinjuku Pleasure District, Tokyo II

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Yvonne Jacquette portrays a metropolitan scene in Shinjuku Pleasure District, Tokyo II. Jacquette shows this through the use of one point perspective to illustrate buildings and streets. Advertisements on the buildings also imply that the scene is a city. There are pedestrians and parked cars on the side of the streets suggesting a downtown shopping center. The viewer can also assume that scene takes place at night due to the darker colors such as gray, brown, and black. This is also shown by the neon lights on the buildings. The vertical, obvious brush strokes and sign reflections on the street hint that it is raining. The people shown in the painting carry umbrellas suggesting there is rain. If the viewer did not know the entire story

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