There have different between Claude monet painting ‘waiting for the sunset’ and Paul Cezanne ‘Mont sainte-victoire’. These two artist were came from the same period but were using the different isme to produce the artwork. The isme had used by Claude Monet is Impressionism, that the isme were given the attension to the space, colour and light. But that is a different with Paul Cezanne who were start his carrier as a artist by using the impressionism, until he broke the code of light, space and the perspective to create the now isme call ‘Cubism’.
Claude Monet, who loved to paint outdoors, studied these effect in his artwork, he tried to copy the nature especially landscape with the different way, in order to achieve to the vibrating character of light, he give attension to the colour and the brush stroke, even though it may not be descriptive of the objects represented. Red are often thought of as being cheerful and exciting, where as blue can impact dignity,sadness, or serenity. Also different values and intencities in a colour range affect emotional impact. The space element were used by is a deep space , that the viewer seen to be moving into the far distances of the picture field.
In other hand it not same to Cezanne,he was also to rely on the idea of sensation to regulate his paintings, but with strikingly different result:’I have very strong sensations’, he said. A hunger to possess what he saw seems to though his paintings, from the fantasies of lust and violene he painted as a young man to the still lifes and landscapes of his old age. Cezanne’s methods were likewise singular and obsessive. When I wrote earlier about pictorialobservation, I described it as proceeding backwards into space, from the object at hand to the infinite distance of the sky, pisking its way into the depth by relations and differences. He plucks at the sky and the far mountain as primary realities jostling for his attention: what is near, on the other hand, becomes blurry, a matter of secondary conjecture.
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