Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Roses under the Trees, c.1905 by Gustav Klimt

Roses under the Trees, by Gustav Klimt to me is a perfect example of a crowded painting. The way that Klimt uses the colors and the composition of trying to portray the tree's leaves gives off a sense of cluster and feeling crowded, but yet it is not over-whelming and works beautifully in this image. The extreme amount of painted dots in a concentrated area is very visually stimulating and works out very well in this artwork. 

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