Almond Blossoms Analysis

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Colors are divided into three main groups; primary colors, secondary colors and tertiary colors.
Primary colors are red, blue, and yellow all other colors can be created mixing these in different ways. Mixing all three together will make a muddy brown. The secondary colors are; purple, green, and orange are created by mixing primary colors where red and blue makes purple, blue and yellow makes green, and yellow and red makes orange. Tertiary colors are created by mixing a primary color with a secondary color, such as red purple, blue purple, blue green and red orange. By this way the color wheel is created. We will never really know why but scientists seem to think that there is an evolutionary benefit to humans being able to see color. They
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Almond Blossoms is from a group of several paintings made in 1888 and 1890. But this portrait is an editable one as the original one was not with that red background color. Trees and flowers were very special to van Gogh in his paintings as they represent hope so he found his happiness while drawing these flowering trees. Almond Blossom was drawn to celebrate the birth of Van Gogh’s nephew, Theo, the son of his brother who lately become grandfather for
Vincent villain phango who is the advisor to the board of the van Gogh museum[2]. This portrait is so special because it is a symbol of new life and it inspires many people from all cultures The red color can express danger, ambition, madness, passion, pain, power, and emotion [3]. Here in this portrait it seems that the editor wants to reflect exactly what Van Gogh wants to reflect from many meanings of love, emotion and ambition for his nephew birth so he replaced the navy skiing blue with this dark bloody red background to express the strong passion that Gogh was gazing in his future family members. It also may reflect what life can be hiding in future where the contrast between the white flowers and green branches versus this bloody red background can appear
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In china it express imperial color to worship[4]. Yellow can represent energy, aspiration, confidence and friendship. also, Van Gogh made his famous portrait “The Harvest” in which the yellow color is dominating on it[5].

The portrait reflects the southern French country side in summer where the yellow color dominates the painting in materializing in the gold wheat. It was created in June 1888 in Alers,
France. Van Gogh wanted to show peasant life and work on the land so he painted many stages of the harvest as it can be seen as the first stage is on the golden wheat hill then the second stage with the faded blue separating the light green grass followed by small yellow ladders. The yellow color is this portrait can describe the flourishing life the Vincent was aiming to live. [6]

It is never get bored when we talk about Van Gogh paintings for its real inspiring view. The color blue takes its turn in Gogh’s painting in his “The Starry Night” portrait. It was created in
1898, France and it was painted during the day in his ground

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