The Analysis of the Art in Life in Van Gogh’s Sunflower

Art is the pattern of manifestation through the experience with the combination of life process, biological process and the development of the story, and it will show people’s objective or subjective perception, consciousness, thinking and expressing activities. The display of art will give the audience with sensual pleasures or profound thoughts. Art will also cultivate people’s cognition, appreciation, and the pursuit of beauty. (Kandinsky 2). The important part of art is the personality cultivation, and art has played a role in the cultivation of spiritual character. Art also teaches us to discover the beauty of life, so that we can experience the joy of life. A picture will show life and the spirit of the author, and it can enrich people’s spiritual world, which will play a role and give people inner peace and a calm attitude towards life.

Art mostly meet people’s subjective and emotional needs in a special way of entertainment in daily life. There are many art forms, such as sculpture, architecture, movie, and painting. Painting is a form of art, and the author will use painting to express inner desire and emotion, so the painting is also a concentrated and exaggerated life. The art of painting can be expressed in a variety of ways, but they all reflect and describe the value relationship of things, and then influence people’s emotion, knowledge, and will.



Un comentario sobre “The Analysis of the Art in Life in Van Gogh’s Sunflower

  1. I love this post. I have always been a fan of Van Gogh and his art. His art is an interesting contradiction to his personal life; he felt dead inside because of his mental health issues, so he decided to mainly paint things that are full of life; flowers, towns, and even the sky.
    Art is extremely important. Awesome post!

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