The second painting is a still life painting by the artist Severing Rosen, who is lived to be born in Germany but became famous in America. He is known for his still life paintings. The piece located at the Muskegon Museum of Art is a small arrangement of fruit on a table. The background is a plain grey color and the table that the fruit is all sitting on is a dark grayish black marble one. In the center of the picture is the display of fruit. The arrangement of fruit appears to have a light shone on it, causing it to stand out even more against the dark table and background.
There are both white and black grapes, peaches, a pear, two lumps, some small red berries and some leaves on a stem that am assuming are part of a grape vine. Some of the leaves are completely green, others are like those in the fall that are on their way from green to red. Every color is present in the picture is present. White grapes, the red berries and the red on the edges of the leaves, orange in the leaves and on the peaches, yellow in the leaves and the peaches, the green stems and the leaves sprouting from them, blue and purple in the grapes that fades into the same shade of black that is the table.
The third painting the called View of Venice is an American painting, The painting is from the point view of someone looking at the city of Venice from afar. To the right there are a few other boats that are also facing the city. These boats are a bright gold color which is also seen in the church. The church is easily the largest thing in the picture, even though it is not necessarily the front most item in the picture. The church is the largest and tallest thing in the picture. Beyond the boats you can see the cityscape, where all of the buildings are lined up next o one another, all to the very edge of the water.
None of the buildings come close to the height of even the main part of the church, let alone the dome and the tower, Starting from the far right the buildings are small and get larger as they get closer to the church and after the church they decrease in size until the edge of the page. All of the men in the boats are looking toward the land with undivided attention. The sky and water are both a uniquely bright blue. Everything that you see in in the picture is reflected in the Water.