In Rueben’ The Lion Hunt, there are strengths and weaknesses. Rueben’ paint is an exceptional example of art during the Baroque period. This piece shows a high contrast between lights and darks, as well as movement and strong action. However, this piece lacks balance and it feels as if the entire scene takes place in only the upper right hand of the painting. As well, the color palette of the piece has an absence in harmony.
The unbalance De composer of the painting creates a muddled image where the viewer cannot entirely decipher what exactly is happening. In Rembrandt The Blinding of Samson, there are a great number of strengths. In this piece, all of the figures are evenly balanced with emphasis on the main point of action. The color palette does not distract from the painting because of the neutral tones used. The detail incorporated into painting is impeccable, from the folds in clothing to rankling of skin, every important detail is there.
While Samson may be the m main focal point, every figure can be acknowledge because of the expert balance that Rembrandt EDT portrays. Some will say that Rueben is the greater artist because of bright colors and a Billy to create multiple focal points. However, the multiple focal point that Rueben us sees in The Lion Hunt makes the painting hard to observe the immense detail put into it. The b right colors used only add to the disorderliness that is The Lion Hunt.