She seems fully aware of this and knows that she will have to push Macbeth into committing murder.
It is absolutely everywhere, too. It can be seen on coffee, mugs, t-shirts, towels, magnets, etc. It is a magnificent piece of art.
That Starry Night resonates with so many people is a testament to how its beauty is timeless and universal. Van Gogh lived well in the hospital; he was allowed more freedoms than any of the other patients. If attended, he could leave the hospital grounds; he was allowed to paint, read, and withdraw into his own room.
He was even given a studio. While he suffered from the occasional relapse into paranoia and fits - officially he had been diagnosed with epileptic fits - it seemed his mental health was recovering.
He began to suffer hallucination and have thoughts of suicide as he plunged into depression.
Accordingly, there was a tonal shift in his work. He returned to incorporating the darker colors from the beginning of his career and Starry Night is a wonderful example of that shift. Blue dominates the painting, blending hills into the sky. The little village lays at the base in the painting in browns, greys, and blues.
Even though each building is clearly outlined in black, the yellow and white of the stars and the moon stand out against the sky, drawing the eyes to the sky.
They are the big attention grabber of the painting. For the sky they swirl, each dab of color rolling with the clouds around the stars and moon.
On the cypress tree they bend with the curve of the branches. The whole effect is ethereal and dreamlike. The hills easily roll down into the little village below. In contrast, the town is straight up and down, done with rigid lines that interrupt the flow of the brush strokes.
Tiny little trees soften the inflexibility of the town. Bringing nature into the unnaturalness of buildings. None of the scenery matches the area surrounding Saint-Paul or the view from his window.
The contrast in styles plays on the natural versus the unnatural, dreams versus reality. Nature could even be attributed to the divine in this work. Some people associate this quote to the painting.
It could be that Van Gogh simply wanted to breathe in the higher power into his art, as he grew up in a religious household. Divide the painting into three parts.
The sky is the divine. It is by far the most dreamlike, unreal part of the painting, beyond human comprehension and just out of reach. Go down one level to the cypress, the hills, and the other trees on the ground.
They bend and swirl, still soft angles that match the soft swirls of the sky. The last part is the village.Night is used throughout the book to symbolize death, darkness of the soul, and loss of faith. As an image, it comes up repeatedly. Even when the scene is literally set during the day, night may be.
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