a) Vincent Van Gogh:

Cornfield with Cypresses

Vincent Van Gogh decorated this landscape in 1889. He deemed it one of his finest landscape artwork because during that time he discovered interest simply in cypresses. There were a few very similar variations of this art work where the colour of the skies changed coming from blue to green based colours..

Whole wheat field with cypresses

Wheat or grain Field with Cypresses, June-July 1889,

A Wheat Discipline, with Cypresses, September 1889,

Vincent van Gogh built these art when he surely could leave the mental asylum, he suffered from schizophrenia. At the begining of July Truck Gogh had written to his brother Theo about his work that he had were only available in June, Wheat Field with Cypresses: " I have a fabric of cypresses with some ear of whole wheat, some poppies, a blue sky such as a piece of Scotch plaid; the former painted with a thick impasto... and the wheat or grain field in the sun, which signifies the extreme temperature, very heavy too. " Van Gogh considered this landscape among his " best" summer paintings and autumn selection two further oil artwork very similar in composition.

When I go through the painting, the sky offers something nearly uneasy or perhaps stormy regarding it. It could practically be a wild or raining sea. The two cypresses within the right seem like two flames and the wheat looks like open fire smouldering. The clouds have now become smoke... Van Gogh seems to transfer in his painting a sense of depth of feelings.

b) Claude Monet

Landscape with Thunderstorm

" Landscape with Thunderstorm" was painted by Claude Monet in 1880 a year after van Gogh's! Cornfield with Cypresses". Monet is considered an impressionist artist and in reality the term impressionist was coined after among his painting" Impression Sunrise" painted in 1872.

" Landscape with Thunderstorm" is a painting that follows the pattern established in" Impression Sunrise" and looks like a Turner painting. There are also, some new areas of the portrait represented by thicker plus more defined cerebral vascular accidents used to...