When it’s a quiet, wintry day, the sky merges with the snow on the roof. When drawing a winter landscape in the open air, the eyes look for a bright color among the white monotony. Ever-green snow-covered fir trees help to quench the thirst for color in a dim monotony. Yes, even a couple of lights of a slowed-down car remind you that there is a cadmium red light on the palette. But this monotony will not last long. Tomorrow the sun will come out and the world will be painted in all the colors of the artist’s palette.