Landscape in the Over after rain by Vincent Van Gogh

Landscape in the Over after rain by Vincent Van Gogh

In the painting “Landscape in the Over after the rain” strikes infinity of space. There is a feeling that not a person looks at nature, and nature looks at it. “Blue eyes of vegetable gardens,” – this metaphor by Yuri Olesha is the best expression of the first impression of the canvas of Van Gogh. The image as if washed by the rain of the earth touches with transparency and freshness.

The landscape is perceived as being created by a direct and naive childish hand: both an absurd cart, and “card”, fragile white houses with bright carmine roofs, and a high horizon line and thick smoke coming from the pipe of a toy train – it seems that this whole world, like anew seen by the artist, was created in front of the viewer.

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