MONTH OF OCTOBER | LIGHT OF THE SUN
Abstract Fine Art Print | Loft Studio – Fine Art Prints by Andrew Conway-Hyde – Isle of Wight Gallery
The colours of sunrise can vary depending on the time of year and the location, but generally, sunrise colours can range from pale pinks, oranges, and yellows to deep reds and purples.
During the summer, the sun rises earlier and the sky tends to be brighter and more yellow, while during the winter, the sun rises later and the atmosphere is more orange and red.
The colours of sunrise are caused by the scattering of sunlight by the atmosphere. As the sun rises, its light must pass through more of the Earth’s atmosphere, which scatters the shorter, blue wavelengths of light, leaving the longer, red wavelengths to reach the observer’s eyes. This creates a range of colours in the sky, from pale pink to deep red.
In art, sunrise is often depicted as warm colours such as yellows, oranges and reds, to evoke warmth, energy and hope. Also, the colours of the sunrise are associated with new beginnings and transition, which can be symbolically meaningful.
Overall, the colours of sunrise can vary depending on the time of year and location but generally can range from pale pinks, oranges, and yellows to deep reds and purples. In art, sunrise is often depicted as warm colours to evoke warmth, energy and hope.
A2 – 420 x 594 mm (Framed Approx: 490 x 664 mm) Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 310gsm:
Framed: £285 | Unframed: £115
Limited Edition total: 75