In the painting we can see a cloudy sky with some white and gray clouds, and with a little part blue. Then we define some houses with a lot of windows, and some of them with various floors, but the most we can see a windmill that excels in the painting with blades also we can find like a balcony in the windmill. In the street just front the windmill and the houses; we can distinguish a few people for the jetty, also close to the jetty we can identify a boat in the river or beach (canals of Amsterdam) , and in the water, the cloudy sky with the clouds, the houses with their windows, the windmill with their blades, and people are reflected.
The Windmill on the Onbekende Gracht Amsterdam was made by oil on canvas (the process of painting with pigments with a medium of drying oil as th...
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...he scene before you.” I think that the reason that this painting reflect with a particularity the impressionism. The way like he only put colors with any defined line, and together exposed a jetty, windmill and all. The brushwork is loose but not to the point that the figures are unrecognizable, but we can define only we see the piece what we found in the painting. lastly, this is the really impressive part, is the color used to create the mirror-like surface of the water which perfectly reflects all painting
For me this piece of art is so gorgeous; I like the way that he paint like for colors, and in some mini part of the peace the colors are together. Moreover, I like the alleged texture that we observe in this painting the shadow that has different tones of colors (like in the windmill that have some different weird colors), and I love the reflection in the river.
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