Painting Light with its concept of shadow having a colour.
The green in Gustave Caillebotte's Boats and Shed on the Bank of the Seine reminded of the painting in yupha's Thai kitchen.
Jean Baptiste Camille Corot's Forest of Fontainebleau with the cow, made me wonder if it is possible to draw it as in the shades. Then I moved onto the rock fissure, then the trees. Smaller trees around merge into a huge one.
My new interest in trees has me reading Trees of North America and The Life of the forest
To date, I have identified Sycamore and fig trees from the guide. I felt the need for a guide after spotting a shrub in the South mountains on Holberts trail with its pod that I wanted to know more about.
Sometimes when I leaf through the book, one leaf does look very different from the other, even the pine cones. Just like how the kind of birds increase as we keep paying attention to them.
When I see the picture of a bird in a picture with text identifying an animal, I want to know of the bird too.
Laundry Drying of Gustave Caillebotte looks like smoke from a factory or the top of a factory.
Infrared reflectography shows all the underdrawings on a canvas.