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Description of the painting by Nicholas Roerich “The Last Angel”

In N., the first of them was created several years before the First World War. Another picture is thirty years later, in the midst of World War II. In the first picture, we see an Angel who descends from heaven to a burning Earth. In his hands is a spear with a point pointed to the sky, and a shield. The sky is almost completely hidden behind the clouds, on the earth you can see a bluish river and an emerald-green field with flowers, untouched by fire.
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Description of the painting by Marc Chagall “Walk” (Lovers)

Marc Chagall is one of the founders of surrealism and avant-garde in the world of art of the twentieth century. This person is simply an extraordinary person who had the ability to see simple things and present them to the public in such a way as to be participants in his works, and to make even a simple layman of galleries conceive.
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Description of the painting by Rafael Santi “Madonna Granduka”

“Madonna Granduka” is one of the most famous paintings by Italian artist Rafael Santi. The plot of the picture is quite traditional - the image of the Virgin Mary with a baby in her arms. A number of art critics suggest that the painting was created by Raphael in 1504-1505, shortly after he moved to Florence. Here he met with the canvases of another Italian artist, Leonardo da Vinci.
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Description of the painting by Fedor Vasilyev "Before the storm"

Vasiliev is a wonderful landscape painter who created many works. His paintings are lyrical and light. Perhaps the painter's favorite storyline is a thunderstorm. On this subject he has especially many works that are distinguished by drama. The work "Before the Storm" the author wrote at the end of his journey along the Volga.
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Description of the painting by Peter Rubens "Descent from the Cross"

Peter Rubens painted his famous canvas in the period from 1610 to 1613. At that time there was a fashion for painting religious paintings, and Rubens was no exception. Experts noticed that the style and some elements of the canvas testify to the influence of his teachers - Tintoretto and Caravaggio. In the center of the picture is the helpless body of Jesus, which is about to fall into the hands of the Apostle John.
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