Description of the painting by Claude Monet’s “The Road”

Description of the painting by Claude Monets The Road

Claude Monet has the ability to paint perfectly realistic pictures, using clear and focused lines. Due to the special technique of applying paint on canvas, the picture becomes voluminous and real.

The road to Chailly passes through the autumn forest, which is bathed in the sparkling rays of the golden sun. A soft and welcoming autumn has already come to this forest and left traces in the form of golden and festive leaves, which have turned yellow, but at the same time. The sun brightly touches the tops of the tree, the leaves and the road that leads to a bright future. Looking at this picture creates a wonderful mood, peace and warmth in the soul. Despite the sad moments that leave the sediment from the passing summer, still the picture blows warmth and tranquility.

An interesting combination of shades of colors that are muted and soft. The artist uses warm brown, greenish shades, diluted with soft yellow. In the picture you can see the fresh greens in the right corner, adding freshness to the landscape. In spite of the fact that gray shades prevail in the sky, warmth and a beautiful, light mood are still preserved. The picture rather symbolizes a reminder of the outgoing summer, and the fact that you need to use every moment and enjoy peace of mind, before the onset of cold weather.

This picture was created on the basis of a reproduction of “Breakfast on the grass”, and became the embodiment of warmth and light that attracts people. Interestingly, the picture attracts with freshness and, as it were, calls for leaving the city bustle and plunge into the atmosphere of pacification. Looking at this picture, I want to walk and be left alone with my thoughts, secret desires. Most importantly, it blows from work with ease, with positive thoughts, with a desire to walk more quickly through the beautiful forest, the road, which leads to an interesting and beautiful beginning.

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