The events of 1905 could not pass by Kustodiev, and the experiences of his sensitive soul were expressed in the work “Entry”, written in Moscow in 1905. During this time, the artist actively collaborated with revolutionary-minded magazines such as Buggle, one of the most famous periodicals of the early 20th century, and after its closure […]
Year of painting: 1917. Dimensions of the painting: 89 x 70.5 cm. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: genre painting. Style: modern. Gallery: Nizhny Novgorod State Art Museum, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
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.
Boris Kustodiev in the painting “Haymaking” perfectly managed to convey the mood of a summer evening. The girls return home after mowing, they are tired, they have no time for idle conversations – working in the field takes a lot of energy. But they know that how they spend the winter will depend on how […]
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 […]
Many familiar old holidays before the eyes of the Kustodievs were fading into the past, they were replaced by new ones, and the artist became an eyewitness – a depiction of some of them. He got especially strong impressions in the summer of 1920, when, in connection with the celebration of the opening of the […]