The colors made the painting look so real. It was as if you were seeing the mother and the son right in front of you. The background of the portrait was a dark color, and the mother was wearing a long black dress and the detail on her dress were made by huge brush strokes that you would only be able to see if you get up close. The little boy was wearing a white shirt and black pants and the creases on his pants were also made by huge brush strokes by using the brushstrokes on the clothes of the mother and the son made the portrait look more realistic. The portraits look so real especially the mother's green eyes. The detail that was given to the mother's green eyes was so vivid that one would think that the portrait had wholes, and real eyes were on the portrait.
There was one particular painting that caught my eye right at a glance. The painter was Anthionie de Lorme painted in Holland, c 1610-1673. The title of the painting was Interior of church at night. It was painted on canvas. The reason that it caught my eye was because of all the different shapes that this picture had. The different shapes made this painting more interesting.Some of the shapes were rec