Analysis Of Garden In Giverny By Claude Monet
Claude Monet painted Garden at Giverny by 1900. This painting has many impressionist elements, including the many small brushstrokes he used to paint the sky and water. Impressionist paintings are also known for depicting the changes in light during the day. This includes the sunrise and the sunset.
This painting shows a flower garden in full bloom. Two paths are visible: one either side of the central flower bed. The middle flower bed has a concentrated area of sunlight, which produces flowers in a lighter pink shade with green stems. The flowers appear to be leaning towards the right, leading the viewer to believe the sun is moving eastwards. This is a sign that a new morning is about to begin. This painting is a representation of Claude Monet’s personal garden in Giverny. The piece was probably completed during the last few years of Monet’s lifetime, when he couldn’t travel as far from home to find new scenes for painting. Monet painted this image because he was a nature-lover and created his personal garden. His garden was the subject of many paintings. The different seasons and stages of growth in his garden were depicted by different scenes. This painting represents the care and meticulousness that Monet put into his garden. He spent countless hours on it.
The colors used to show the spring season in the flowers make me feel calm. The red-hued background trees give off a fearful or scary vibe, as if they are threatening the flowers and preventing them from blooming. This piece was chosen because I love the color lavender and I liked that it had bright colors.
Art today has a very different impact than it did in the past. In today’s world, it is difficult to find a scene with the same natural characteristics as the image, especially if you are in a natural environment. This was a time when gardens were more prevalent and wildflowers would bloom in fields. Art today is used to escape reality, with all its horrors. However, in the past it was used to express and inform audiences about various events through exaggeration and realism.
It is clear from this work and the other Monets that art has a strong connection to life. Monet used natural lighting to enhance the image, even though it may look “picture-perfect”. Aside from the fact that this image has natural elements, it is impossible to conclude that art imitates life, as the image was based on life itself.