Sergey Arsenievich Vinogradov is a talented impressionist artist. He did not just paint pictures, but expressed his emotions and feelings in them. His work is filled with light and air. He painted paintings about the beauties of nature and the lives of ordinary people. The artist created his creations with paints as well as with pencils. One of the paintings created with colored pencils is a work called Draws, created in 1910.
On the canvas you can see a girl. She stands with her back to the viewer and draws enthusiastically. The girl has a spacious blue and white shirt and red slippers. The girl’s robe resembles a weightless cloud. It seems that she just got out of bed and immediately began to paint. The model is focused on its work. She bowed her head, revealing a thin, graceful neck to the viewers. The girl's hair is beautifully braided and decorated with two red flowers.
On the left side of the picture is a lush bed. The table on which the main character of the canvas draws is equipped with a large number of drawers. Pencils are laid out on a table and there is a vase of flowers. The contents of the vase stand out as a bright spot against the rest of the picture. In it stands a lush bouquet of white, purple, yellow and blue flowers bordered by bright green leaves. Juicy greens are reflected in the mirror mounted above the table.
The whole picture is permeated with childish immediacy. The young creature is embraced by the muse, painstakingly depicting something on paper. She is so passionate about the process that she does not notice anything around her.
When writing the canvas, Vinogradov mainly used light pastel colors, making the picture look light and airy. It causes extremely positive emotions. It can be seen with what warmth and tenderness the author portrayed a girl on canvas.
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