In 1915, Kustodiev completed the final formation of his style with the painting “Beauty”. Here he revealed traditional tastes in an image colored at the same time with admiration, and eroticism, and irony, depicting not just a plump, but this time a particularly puffy woman. Half-sitting, reclining on the bed, she, like the Venus of […]
Year of painting: 1843-1845. Painting dimensions: 54 x 45 cm. Material: oil. Writing technique: canvas. Genre: self-portrait. Style: romanticism. Gallery: private collection.
Year of painting: 1876. Dimensions of the painting: 79 x 162 cm. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: landscape. Style: realism. Gallery: State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia.
The canvas by Arkhip Kuindzhi “Moonlit Night on the Dnieper”, according to the artist, is the main work of his entire life, it was to write this masterpiece that he went all his life. At an exhibition dedicated only to her, which was held in 1880, she became a real sensation. Kuindzhi concentrated all his […]
Konstantin Korovin is rightfully considered one of the founders of Russian impressionism. A favorite student of Savrasov, a follower of Nesterov and Levitan, he created such bright and colorful works that they looked very advantageous against the background of other gloomy images of reality. In his works, not only the color scheme is positive, but […]
“Inconsolable Grief” is the last major painting by Kramskoy in time of creation, inspired by difficult personal memories: the death of two youngest sons. The dignity, greatness and beauty of a person in suffering is expressed by the figure of a woman in a mourning dress with features of Kramskoy, expresses the subtle beauty of […]