Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Gustave Caillebotte The Parquet Planers  Caillebotte presented his painting at the 1875 Salon. I liked the perspective he drew the painting in, makes you look at the whole landscape of this painting because the three men in the picture are scattered and the line are long. He drew the men topless maybe to should there muscles or to show they were working hard. I also like the value of colors he used. The dull colors make the men appear ti be working hard to scape the floor. He also added a lot of detail throughout this painting from the men, to the walls and even the floor. I also think its interesting how he made all the men look similar, dark hair and similar physic. I think this photo displays hard work and labor of the late 19th century.

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