First of all, Monet used his excellent grasp of light and shade to attract lots of viewers’ eyes. One really interesting thing about this painting is that even though the sun seems to be the brightest object in the painting, viewers can also find the brightest part in this painting without the sun. This is because Monet depicted the light and the shade for each object. When carefully observing the shadow of the sun in the water, there are two parts to each object color, which are orange and white. In this way, these paint strokes show a feeling of vitality to viewers. In addition, he applied the relationship of light and shape to illustrate a picture of the morning por...
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...he port. Lightly visible cranes and heavy machinery can be detected to the right side of this painting (Monet). The emissions of the buildings, ships, and the machinery mix with the raising sun to generate a sort of dynamic scene of everyday life. This painting characterizes Monet’s life by capturing and drawing what he observes from his window, which is very vivid.
All in all, the viewer may be confused about this impressionism artwork, upon seeing this painting at the first time. There are four aspects can help the viewer understand and appreciate this painting, which are the light and shade, the color, the brush stroke, and the subject. By analyzing these four parts, the viewer can know that the painting Impression: Sunrise does not simply illustrate a scene Monet sees on a busy morning at the port, but also conveys an impression of the liveliness to the viewers.
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