Fishing In Spring (Asnires) Painting
Famous artwork by Vincent Van Gogh
Fishing in Spring is evidence of Vincent van Gogh’s friendship with Paul Signac. Van Gogh had viewed works of fine art by Signac and Georges Seurat in the spring of 1886 at the final Impressionist showing. Signac was an articulate spokesperson for Seurat’s pioneering Neo-Impressionism, describing it as a general advancement of Impressionism. Under Signac’s influence, Van Gogh’s palette intensified, his brushstrokes became more diverse, and his topic interest developed.
The background of Vincent van Gogh’s artwork is the Seine River at the Pont de Clichy, near Asnières, where Van Gogh and Signac painted concurrently numerous times. Similar several of his famous paintings, Vincent van Gogh painted this masterpiece in a park under the natural sunlight. The natural sunlight provided Vincent van Gogh the use of a broad assortment of colors in compositions that assisted in a fuller dynamic look.
Fishing in Spring painting has bright colors and was a transformational year for Van Gogh’s way of brushing. In Fishing In Spring his brushstrokes are relaxed than some of his earlier works, and his color pallet is elegantly interconnected.
At the forefront, he paints trees and other plants, as if the famous artist was protected behind nature and had painted without being seen. The trees on the left of the canvas mark one of the shadiest spots of the painting, as Van Gogh uses variations of green, orange, brown, red, and yellow.
The green grass appears to mingle into the powerful strokes of blue, purple, black, and white of the water. In the river, there are two green boats, one bare and the other with a sitting man holding his own hands. As the river gets farther from the viewer, the colors get luminous, and Van Gogh injects areas of green, pink, and yellow reflexes. There is a bridge in the far background painted with ochre, green, blue, and purple, and the banks next to it are vibrant in light covered vegetation. The unique composition of fine art, which offers vivid colors, and dark contours are a noticeable influence of the Japanese woodcut prints Van Gogh admired so much.
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