The Most Beautiful Art Prints For Summer Mood
Friends, my dear friends! Unfortunately, summer is over, autumn has arrived, and winter is just around the corner. Of course, we’d like to extend the summer adventure, but time is inexorable. I’d like to share a small life hack with you: how to extend the summer without trips to southern resorts and spending a lot of money. This is very simple to achieve by hanging bright summer prints at home.
It’s now golden autumn, and the streets are alight with red and yellow colours. However, all of the leaves will soon fall off, leaving only gray and black color. Such colors have a negative impact on a person’s mood. Such colors as red, yellow, orange, and green are for positive and optimistic thinking. Grayness and pallor are depressing.
The color red symbolizes life, fire, energy and passion.If you often observe the red color, then it will charge you with self-confidence and energy. The Orange one means movement, joy, sensuality, cheerfulness, sociability.The color orange represents a happy and cheerful mood. A room with a lot of orange is ideal for a party or meeting. People also have a term such as “orange mood,” which is merely associated with a cheerful mood.
However, if only gray dominates in your home, you will miss out on fun and activity. This issue can be resolved with the help of canvas prints that I found on the Internet. I’ve compiled a list of interesting colorful prints for you to peruse below.
Summer Village “Shore” by Richard Uutmaa
Richard Uutmaa was born and grew up in Estonia, a gray color dominated country. Almost the entire year in Estonia, it is cold, rainy, and cloudy. The artist probably wanted to depict the summer landscape in an Estonian village as brightly as possible, because such warm and sunny days are extremely rare in this country.
He, like all Estonians, has been hungering for summer and keeps missing the warmth. As a result, the “Sea coast in the village” landscape turned out to be so rich and vibrant.
Tower of Koutoubia Mosque Print by Winston Churchill
If you’ve never been to Morocco, this print will transfer you there. Together with the print, the African warmth and mystery of oriental fairy tales will come to your home. Tower of Koutoubia Mosque Print will brighten up your space with more yellow and blue. Even if it’s freezing outside, this illustration will warm your heart through your eyes. Hang this picture in a place you regularly visit and try to look at it for longer and more frequently. You will warm your soul and body this way, and you will be distracted from your routine and constant problems.
Ad Parnassum Lavelart Print
You can gaze at this print endlessly and be charged with the energy of the sun every day. The primary colors in the artwork are orange and yellow. This is exactly what you need to be in a good mood and have a good time. However, this is an abstract print with an unusual painting printed on it. It’s as if it’s opening a portal to another dimension or world. Ad Parnassum by Paul Klee will become a portal to an endless journey through beautiful unusual places for those with a good imagination.
Paul created this painting while traveling and studying in Egypt. Of course, the country’s characteristics (constant heat and a lot of sand) were reflected in his work. It is demonstrated by the orange sun and pyramid-like shapes. An independent observer will notice that this image resembles a bathroom flooring. If you are planning to do bathroom repairs or build a new home, this painting can be used as one of the bathroom design elements.
View of Notre Dame from Port Henry IV in Paris Lavelart Print
Paris is a city full of love and joy. This is a lovely and carefree city, especially in the summer. Flowers are blooming everywhere, and there are many wonderful people. There are French bakeries everywhere, where elegant ladies and gallant gentlemen sit. A long walk along the Seine in good company, under the hum of a steamboat, is one of Paris’s most popular forms of entertainment.
Of course, we’re talking about the 19th-century Paris depicted on Helena Funke’s canvas. She painted Paris so vividly and powerfully that I can almost smell the Seine and hear the hum of steamboats. I’d never been to Paris before, and I didn’t want to go. But looking at this print makes me want to go there, walk along the Seine, climb the Eiffel Tower, and eat French food. View of Notre Dame from Port Henry artwork definitely evokes positive emotions in the watcher; it makes a watcher want to live and love.
In The Car Lavelart Print
Finally, I wanted to include a Pop art poster, which is currently popular in the United States. This image is from a comic book episode drawn by Roy Lichtenstein in 1963. It was bid the highest amount at the auction for this poster. It depicts a man and a woman riding a car. There appears to be a tense situation between them, and it is clear that they have a disagreement.
Of course, you’re wondering what this poster has to do with creating a positive atmosphere in the home. It’s very simple. When we observe other people’s problems, when we act as observers, we unwittingly realize how trivial their problems and issues are. Also, when we look at others, we realize that we are frequently upset over trivial issues. Despite the fact that the faces on the poster are not positive, the canvas is filled with bright colors (for example, yellow).