Claude Monet is a great artist who has studied drawing techniques throughout his life, taking all the best from other artists. Monet paid special attention to new trends in the art of painting and strove to use novelty and a new breath of freshness in his paintings. The artist is distinguished by naturalness and the desire for naturalness, regardless of whether it is a portrait or a still life.
The artist wants to show the viewer all the best that the human eye can see and feel the subtle soul and nature of man. This also applies to his famous painting Peaches, which depicts juicy fruits, a symbol of saturation, juiciness. Monet seeks to show that even in everyday life, you can stop for a moment and notice the beauty of the world. The artist demonstrates and proves that light plays an important role in the perception of material. In fact, color reflections are a reflection of unreal reality. The perception of objects and things also depends on what things surround and are present.
The artist uses bright and rich colors, showing a desire to tell the whole world how beautiful life is, how irresistible it is. The color scheme in the picture Peaches is not very different, but still you can see juicy fruits that symbolize energy and radiate joy and fun. At the same time, the artist is trying to hide from gray everyday life and problems, therefore, he writes such bright and juicy fruits, looking at which a feeling of mood and interest is created. In the picture, you can also notice an interesting detail in green, which leaves a residue of curiosity, because it is not clear what greens symbolize. You can constantly speculate and try to find signs that will help you understand the real purpose of the picture.
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