What are some words to describe pictures?

Vocabulary and phrases for describing images

GermanEnglish  Information about the artist and year of creation... (picture) is a painting by ... (painter), which ... (year) was created.… (Image) is a painting by… (artist), painted in… (year).… (Picture),… (year) painted, is a work by… (painter).... (image), painted in ... (year), is a work by ... (artist)... (painter) painted ... (picture) in the year ... (year).… (Artist) painted… (image) in… (year).... (picture) is a famous painting by ... (painter).... (image) is a famous painting by ... (artist).  Description of the sceneThe photo was taken in ... (location).The picture was taken in… (place).The picture was taken at ... (celebration).The photo was taken at… (party).The picture shows a scene from ...The picture shows a scene from ...It is a picture of ... (place, person, scene).It's an image of ... (place, person, scene).The picture describes ... (scene).The picture describes… (scene).The picture shows ... (place, person, scene) from a distance.The picture shows ... (place, person, scene) from a distance.... (place, person, scene) is shown from ... (bird's eye view / ...).... (place, person, scene) is shown from ... (a bird's eye view / ...).You see from ... (above / behind / ...) to ... (place, person, scene).You look at ... (place, person, scene) from ... (above / behind / ...).  What can be seenYou can see on the picture.In the picture you can see ...... (position: left / right / ...) is / are ...... (position: on the left / right / ...) there is / are ...… (Position: left / right /…) you can… see.... (position: on the left / right / ...) you can see ...... is ... (position: left / right / ...)... is ... (position: on the left / right / ...)  effect... gives the picture depth.... gives the impression of depth.... (person) seems to be looking at the viewer.... (person) seems to look at the viewer.His / her eyes seem to follow the viewer.His / Her eyes seem to follow the viewer.The figures look like they are three-dimensional.The figures look as if they exist in three dimensions.The viewer has the impression that the people in the picture are alive.The viewer has the impression that the people in the picture are alive.The viewer's attention is drawn to ...The viewer's attention is focused on ...The attentive observer will notice ...To the alert eye it will become apparent ...The viewer's eyes are drawn to ....The viewer finds it difficult to withdraw his eyes from ...The picture looks lively / happy / expressive.The painting is vivid / happy / expressive.The picture agrees with the viewer ... (sad / happy).The picture makes the viewer feel ... (sad / happy)The picture stimulates the viewer to think about ...The picture inspires the viewer to think about ...  IntentionsThe artist mainly uses ... (colors / shapes / ...)The artist mainly uses ... (colors / forms / ...)Important elements are highlighted.Important elements are highlighted.The artist / photographer / painter uses ... to express ...The artist / photographer / painter uses… to express…He / she wants (probably) ... to criticize / express / portray.He / She (probably) wants to criticize / express / show ...It is obvious that the artist wants to ... criticize / express / portray.It is obvious that the artist wants to criticize / express / show ...What the artist / photographer / painter wants to criticize / express / portray is ...What the artist / photographer / painter wants to criticize / express / show is…What the artist / photographer / painter wants to draw attention to is ...What the artist / photographer / painter wants to point out is ...I think / believe / am sure that ...I think / believe / am sure that ...It seems to me that ...It seems / appears to me that ...The problem presented here is ...The problem illustrated here is ...... symbolizes ...... symbolises ...... is typical for ...... is typical of ...