The Scream Analysis

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The art works, “The Haywain” by John Constable and “The Scream” by Edvard Munch, are two different types of painting that represent the two movements of art work which is Romanticism and Expressionism through their style of art paintings. The well known and well represented the style of art work of romanticism, which is “The haywain” painted in 1821, Constable was the English painter during 18th century. He was a mainly outdoor of landscapes painter that he painted the nature scenery as he saw it. Another style of art work is expressionism. “The scream” painted in 1893, Munch is incredibly famous painter that he expressed the style of expressionism through his unique and specialized technique metod. In this following context will compare and …show more content…
On the other hand, Edvard Munch used oil paint, pastel, crayon and tempera which is the medium of powder pigment that consists usually with egg yolk mixed with water to paint “The Scream”. The romanticism paintings are basically focus on the emotions but also nature and ralationship with mandkind with it. The most valuable and important painting is that making landscape of natures or outdoors. The art work of “The Haywain” is perfect example of landscape romanticism painting. He well expressed the moods of calmess, languid afternoon and peaceful ambience of rural farm. He used the mix of two types of color which is cool and warm colors but mostly gloomy natural tone expressive warm colors that he did well articulated the scenery of farm such as trees on the background, cloudy sky and the green bushes. On the other hand, Munch used the striking intense red color looks like burn furiously to drew the sky that expressed the feeling of him when he was in that situation. He looks like writhe in great agony of fear and tormented that he used also gloomy colors as Constable that Munch constructed the fear through the striking sky color and in clothes of him that he covered the entire clothes with black color looks more darker, shadower and strong anxiety of something. The face of Munch that strain his eyes and his mouth is opens widely that looks he is scared of something. The colors of these two paintings are really …show more content…
He sketched this sceneryof what he saw when he lived near by this farming area. The theme of this painting is pretty much focus on the rural life and picturesque of the landscape which Constable loved a lot. The Haywain took place in the Flatford Mill the place in East Bergholt, on the river Stour, in Suffolk, in England. This painting drew during English industry revolution. The farming work became more use of machines and technologies that loss of job of farmer and reduced the men power. He did not want to draw the industrized rural area but he wanted to draw the natural scenery of landscape itself that people working in farm by using their power of body instead of using machines. He wanted to paint the rural area before the began of industrized revolution that he drew the scenery of the place when he saw he was child and remember that memory and drew the natural scenery of place. Also Munch drew “The Scream” based on his actual experiences of scream passing through of nature while he was walking on the street. “I was walking along the road wit two friends, the sun was setting, suddenly the sky turned blood red. I paused, feeling exhausted, and leaned on the fence, there was blood and tongues of fire aboce the blue-black fjord and the city, my friends walked on and I stood there trembling with anxiety and I sensed an infinite scream passing through nature” (Munch, The Scream). For Munch, that place which is

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