Year of painting: 1913. Dimensions of the painting: 189 x 179 cm. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: urban landscape. Style: cubism, futurism. Gallery: State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia.
Year of painting: 1610. Dimensions of the painting: 106 x 179.5 cm. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: religious painting. Style: baroque. Gallery: Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano, Naples, Italy.
The second “Fair” was written by Kustodiev in 1908. Compositionally, it is built as a view of the fairground crowd from the inside of the shop with painted clamps, Russian abacus on the wall, a teapot with a knitted bagel on the counter, and a figure of a seller depicted from the back. Man is […]
Year of painting: 1906. Painting dimensions: 183 x 136 cm. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: genre painting. Style: impressionism. Gallery: State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
While thin, unsmiling girls with pensive and tragic faces appear in the paintings of decadent artists, Kustodiev writes bright, full of Russian beauties, the most famous of which is “Russian Venus”, written by him from his daughter Irina. Despite the fact that the artist supported and approved the revolution, in all the paintings of this […]
Maslenitsa is one of the central works of Boris Kustodiev’s entire work. He varied this image more than once, but the scope of the national holiday, a truly “wide” carnival – not just as its last days, but as the highest peak of fun – he best conveyed in the picture of 1916 and its […]