Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky ... Are there any other associations with this name besides the sea? Everyone knows that Aivazovsky painted the sea very realistically and beautifully. Calm, lush, dark and bright, this artist showed us the sea from different sides, at different times of the day, in different countries. The seas and oceans inspired him, and now all of us are inspired by his paintings.
In this picture we see a rural landscape. In the foreground is a large haystack. This is probably the preparation that the peasants did for the winter to feed the cattle. Around the hay we see a low fence, it seems as if it is not completed. The master drew well the weaving of this makeshift fence - you can see almost every twig.
The painting, entitled “Portrait of the songwriter of the futurist Vasily Kamensky,” was painted by Burliuk in 1916. It is interpreted as a work of art in the style of futurism with some echoes of primitivism and Fauvism. This picture does not bear the similarity of photographic accuracy with the real Vasily Kamensky.
The painting is dedicated to the amazing woman Poliksene Stepanovna Stasova. She was an active public figure. Fought for the rights of women and advocated the need for their education. The artist tried to convey the inner world of the famous Russian woman. The painting depicts a woman. She is sitting on a high-backed chair.
Created in 1573. Exhibited in the Louvre, Paris, France. Another similar, but written ten years earlier, canvas is in the Vienna Museum of the History of Art. The artist was called a classic only in the 20th century, when his original work was rediscovered. It is remembered for unique allegorical works in which people are portrayed with the help of completely different things, from birds or shells to books and flames.
Phoebe Radiant is a truly radiant magnificent painting by the famous Russian painter Valentin Serov. By the way, the only example of ceiling painting in his creative activity. This work is an incomparable subject of admiration in the collection of the Tula Museum of Art. In 1887, Valentin Serov, then still a young little-known artist, was invited by the landowner Nikolai Dmitrievich Seleznev to the Arkhangelsk village.