Description of Claude Monet's "Sea"

Description of Claude Monet's

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Monet Claude Oscar is one of the most famous French artists - painters. On his account a huge number of unique masterpieces. This also includes the most unusual of his works of art, the painting "Sea".

The painting was painted in one thousand eight hundred and eighty-first year on canvas using the oil painting technique. It is worth saying that the author was madly in love with portraying the sea and this picture was no exception.

On it rather gloomy gray, blue, dark brown, green, yellowish, black and white colors you can see the image of the vibrating sea and huge, vast, massive, rocky rocks. Not calm, green sea throws small waves, white from foam, onto an almost gentle rocky shore. Powerful rocks, like ingrown walls, surround the water, as if protecting it.

On the right you can see the boundless and boundless expanse of the sea, personifying freedom and giving a sense of suspense. If you raise your eyes a little higher, you can see gradually turning yellowish colors into blue.

Surely, the author thereby wanted to depict the change of weather from clearer to cloudy and unfavorable. When viewing the picture, a feeling of some kind of cold, as well as excitement and fear, is created. On the whole, the work does not create a positive mood, but rather, as it were, suppresses it because of its harsh, cold and dark colors.

When viewing the picture, it feels like it is about to rain, a strong, fresh sea wind will blow and the waves will not be so calm and harmless. Most likely, the author poured some inner emotional feelings into the picture, possibly sorrows or insults, as a result of which the work turned out to be somewhat gloomy and overwhelming.

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