Buildings of village are tiny but it delicates that this is a difficult task to achieve but the artists has managed to do so gracefully. The castles on the mountains and houses on the bottom take on an air of prosperity. There is opulence that is shown in the countryside. This requires intricate detailing and creativity by the artists. There is also an air or prosperity that can be seen in the depiction of the various. Everything in the painting creates a sense of utopia and idyllic place. The audience wants to be a part of this world that the artists had managed to create. It epitomizes a cozy town. People will choose to live here due to the amazing scenery of the place. The reality is that with developmental projects these places will lose their original landscape and beauty.In spite of the fact that the place looks utopian and incredulous it does exist in reality. It is “the Rhine Valley near the towns of Kleve and Kalkar, not far from the Dutch border” Cuyp went there around 1951 to 1952. He sketched the Valley on his sketchbook and then painted in his studio years later. This could explain why the work consists of a dichotomous stand of being real and utopian at the same time.
It is based on the Rhine Valley nonetheless accentuated with Cuyp’s imagination. The valley does exist in the current times and it is a part of the World Culture Heritage in 2002. The structures of the towns epitomized in the painting are the same as which was symbolized in the painting. It is an extraordinarily picturesque village beside the lake that the artists have managed to capture. The actual valley is beautiful as art. The castles on the mountains and the houses beside the river are the real elements. Cuyp painted years later with a sense of clarity and it showcases that the nature can have an amazing impact on the people. It is a real life Acadia. Apparently, Cuyp is found to have had a good memory of Rhine Valley since the painting is even more beautiful than this picturesque village. The painting epitomizes the surreal Dutch country side that exists in reality. The eclectic combination of the skills of the artist and the real beauty of the Dutch countryside has been forever personified in this work. This serves as a memory to the beauty of the countryside for future generations as the developmental projects in the areas could eventually cause a change in the dynamics of the scenery.