Living Room Paint Color Ideas Biography

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Color has the power to heal your spirit: It can be soothing, healing, and make you feel
reborn. In shades of soft green, blue, and pink, professional interior designers share
their favorite feel-good colors."There's something in the color blue that triggers a
relaxation response. It makes me feel as if I'm floating in a boat, looking up at the sky.
Everything about it speaks of a gentle, tranquil, Zen state of mind. This is not an aloof
blue. It's a blue that gathers you in." —Leatrice Eiseman. Paint by Pantone.
Clean walls.
Remove dust, dirt, and grease spots (which can ruin a smooth finish) with water, a little
mild dishwashing detergent, and a cellulose sponge. Rinse walls with clean water to remove
the soap residue.
Tape the trim, window, and doorframes
Be sure to use painter's blue tape, which can be applied up to a week ahead. Remove tape
immediately after painting, before the wall dries, so you don't peel off any paint with it.
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Even with three painted versions it's a relatively straightforward process to pinpoint the
details about the origin of this particular painting--thanks to Van Gogh's voluminous

letters to Theo. In the letter cited above Van Gogh describes the work as a "size 30"
(large) canvas, so this would immediately eliminate the Musée d'Orsay version which is
significantly smaller. Could the Chicago version of the bedroom painting be the original,
hoever, and not the Van Gogh Museum version? Jan Hulsker, Van Gogh scholar and expert on
the letters argues to the contrary:
As the two others, differing only in very minor details, are size-30 canvases, one of them
must be the replica made in Saint-Rémy. The fact that [JH] 1608 is the original, painted in

Arles, is confirmed by a detail in the picture itself. In Letter 553b, written October
4--only about ten days before the painting was made--Vincent informed his friend Boch:
"Your portrait is hanging in my bedroom, together with that of Milliet, the Zouave, which I
have just completed." The painting on the far right above the bed in 1608 must indeed be
what he referred to as the portrait of Milliet, for the bright red of the kepi can be made
out against the green of the background just below the upper edge of the picture. In the
later replica, 1771, this figure has been replaced by a portrait of a woman.1
Furthermore, now that the profiled work has been established as the original, it can be
accurately dated thanks to Van Gogh's Letter 555 (17 October 1888) in which he wrote "I am
adding a line to tell you that this afternoon I finished the canvas representing the
bedroom." It's rare (but always welcome) that Van Gogh's paintings can be dated with such
precision. A recent article in Sky and Telescope (April, 2001) about The White House at
Night is another example in which the completion of a Van Gogh work can be narrowed down to
a matter of a few hours.
Style
The bright and bold use of colour in Vincent's Bedroom in Arles is typical of the vibrant
palette he began to use beginning late in his Paris period. Yellow was Van Gogh's favourite
colour throughout his Arles and Saint-Rémy period--whether outdoors in wheatfields under
the Provencal sun or indoor works such as the bedroom.
Probably the most striking and unusual aspect of the painting is the peculiar perspective.
The work is unrealistic in its warped portrayal of the bedroom, with the subjects skewed
downward toward the viewer. This is one of the aspects that makes the painting so unique
and easily recognizable. The perspective seems extreme, but later in his career as an
artist Van Gogh was not only rebelling against the muted colours of the Dutch artists of
the time, he was also breaking free from the confines of the perspective frame which
dictated a precise and realistic approach to a work's perspective. Van Gogh often rejected
conventional perspective in the latter half of his career as an artist--particularly in
many of his Arles paintings (see The Seated Zouave and The Night Cafe in the Place
Lamartine in Arles, for example).
 Interestingly, the unusual perspective isn't necessarily explained solely because of Van
Gogh's conscious stylistic choice. Ronald Pickvance in his book Van Gogh in Arles suggests
an explanation based more on architectural fact than artistic preference. Pickvance
explains that the very shape of Van Gogh's room was unusual and, as a result, Van Gogh's
portrayal of it is actually more realistic than the viewer might initially imagine. The
diagram at right shows the actual shape of Van Gogh's room.2 Note the slant to the outer
wall which, when depicted in Van Gogh's painting, adds to the unusual perspective.
Other versions
As mentioned, Van Gogh produced five versions of his Bedroom in Arles: three oils and two
letter sketches. The two copies of the original painting were produced while Van Gogh was
under voluntary confinement at the mental asylum in Saint-Rémy. Van Gogh chose to paint a
number of copies of his earlier works while in the asylum--perhaps as a reflection of his
mental state at the time. His copies of L'Arlesienne (Madame Ginoux), for example, may
suggest the loneliness of his life at the asylum as he reflected fondly on the few friends
he had made in Arles.
Some have argued that Vincent's original bedroom painting encapsulates all of his dreams
and aspirations during the first several months in Arles. Van Gogh had hoped for form an
artist's colony in the south of France--a cooperative community in which painters could
learn from each other and support their collective goals. When Vincent rented his Yellow
House he took the first step toward realizing this goal. The bedroom painting, in turn,
suggests domesticity and a sense of well being within one's own home (in Letter B22 Van
Gogh himself maintains that the painting conveys "absolute restfulness"). When Van Gogh
painted the two Saint-Rémy copies he may have been ruminating on all that he had lost in
Arles and what he was deprived of within the asylum walls: a home and a sense of purpose.
The activity of decorating a kid's room can be both challenging and interesting. It depends
upon how we go about the whole process of interior decoration. Ideas for kids' rooms need
to bring out the best in that particular space. The main/important thought to start with is
that a kids' room should appear lively and cheerful. There is scope to explore the creative
skills and also one can afford to make few mistakes since, kid's rooms do not necessarily
require following any kind of strict guidelines/specifications. Let us get more into the
ideas for kids' rooms.
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