While Turkish literature, the era of westernization, was the scene of new literary genres, it also paves the way for discussion of the art of saying a rooted word like poetry. In this context, while the formal features and subjects of the poetry genre are being transformed, the relation of poetry with other fine arts comes to the agenda from time to time. Turkish literature in the Republican era constitutes a rich phase in this respect. Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu (1913-1975), one of the well-known poets of the period, was a powerful figure who left a mark in the history of Turkish painting as well as his poetry. Eyüboğlu was interested in both arts and caught a remarkable line in both painting and poetry. Poet Bedri Rahmi is an original artist who is not fully involved in one of the main trends of the Republican era. In addition to folk culture and natural sayings, his poetry also brought some character from his painting. The fact that he allocates a wide range of colors in his poems and creates unusual sayings with color highlights also indicates the sensitivity of the artist. While poetry his observations about the outside world, he acts like a painting with words, and sometimes remembers painters and elements of painting; shows that he was influenced by the art of painting while he was poetry, and he could not help himself from looking at the realm through the eyes of the artist. In this article, the use of the elements of painting in the poems of Bedri Rahmi is exemplified; It was tried to show how the poet benefited from these elements in creating expression and image.