During the visit to the art gallery, it was found that the artwork in European paintings were wide ranging. It was from Renaissance era to mid 1990s. There were more than 1000s of work of arts of art from Europe. It was found that they had Dutch Paintings from 1600, Italian sculptures from 1600 French Salon, impressionist painting from the 1800 were also found. The most interesting to me was the art created by Horace Vernet.
During the visit, the Pirates Fighting Sunrise (1818) created by Horace Vernet was found to be interesting. There were multiple dimensions that could be understood from the artwork. It was found to have 72.0 x 103.2 cm crude. The paintings seemed to be smaller in size when compared to the other mated pieces that were on display. The intricate detailing of the artists seemed to focus on many dimensions and views. This artwork captured my attention owing to the attention the artists has given to providing the realistic details. There were vivid colors that portrayed the stresses encountered by the pirates. The complicated nature of the history seemed to resonate in the painting. The core objective of the painting seemed that it had some sort pathway in the complexity that was existing. It was interesting because no one really knows where the path leads. However, it seems interesting because similar to life we do not know where the path would lead the viewers.
The scene setting was during the sunrise. There was a chance which was the variation between night and day. The painting seemed to capture the difference between the two. There was the representation of a wet frame that had captured the rapaciousness and also the energy potential of the tides. These tides seemed to help the boats forge ahead. The high tides show that the people were in the middle of the sea and were nowhere near the shores. The people in the picture seemed to have no control over the boat. It seemed that the situation was not under anyone’s control except maybe the tides. There is an argon speck that seems to portray the inner travails of the mind. There is some sort of mourning in the situation. There was something unsettling in the picture and at the same seem to draw in the viewer with its detailing. To conclude, it was an interesting artwork that made me retrospect about life.