Two in love by Vincent Van Gogh
In painting the primary colors are those that cannot be obtained by mixing the other colors and are yellow, blue and red.
The secondaries are those obtained by mixing only the two primaries
While pure colors are those that do not have light or dark shades.
Van Gogh creates the image with pure primary and secondary colors.
In all, six colors spread in thickness, almost without a brush, creating a thick relief surface.
The gesture is also as simple as it is tender. The woman hugs and leans on the man who precedes her a little to support her in defense.
They walk together along a road that is a symbol of a road between green fields.
There is nothing to add to the mastery of telling a world with a few strokes of color, a sensitive expression of one's soul.
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