Light and Colour-The Morning After the Deluge was an oil on canvas composed in Tate London by J.M.W. Turner. He uses a contrast between warm and cool colors and their emotional associations by putting ideas of Goethe's color theory into use. The image shows the warm side while also celebrating God's covenant with man after the flood. I like that each color is used with an underlying reason; each color is set to represent a certain emotion (red, orange, yellow, and brown hues are warm-cheerfulness, excitement, aggression; blues, greens and grays are cool-security, calm, peace, sadness).