Soviet painter was born in the Ulyanovsk region, in 1893. He took over his talent from his grandfather, an icon painter. After studying at a theological seminary, Plastov left for Moscow to receive an art education. When the revolution began, he had to go back to his village. There he was elected to the local village council, which helped poor people overcome hunger and harsh times.
241533223.967409244.1390818534.1e6306e48db4e658b33643dd781c1c13 Impressionist artist Claude Monet liked to depict flowers in his works. That is why he has so many landscapes created at different times of the year in the same corners of the garden. Such nuances as the change of some flowering plants by others, the withering of flower beds and foliage on trees cannot escape the painter's penetrating gaze.
Dali is not just one canvas. These are several paintings at once, which he painted several years, or even decades before his departure to another world. Closer to 1983, he began to write less and less, working due to age became harder and harder. But still he wrote ... And this last his cycle of paintings is completely differently perceived by the public.
1895 One of the beautiful images of the artist in the genre "Flower Still Life", which is written on paper. A lively, realistic and touching outline of a real piece of nature. In the foreground, the full size of the picture, is a wonderful branch of blooming white lilac, placed in a dark blue vase.
This picture was not easy for the author; he painted it for four years. He finished work on it only in 1895. After all, it was not by chance that he decided to write this particular picture, because the liberation from the Tatar khan turned out to be very significant for Russia. In addition, the author himself was born in Siberia, so he felt deep feelings for his homeland.
A connoisseur of the beauty of his native Urals, Denisov has always been distinguished by the realism of the image depicted on the canvas. He realized that next to the beautiful lurks an unbridled element that brings destruction. Several of his works the artist devoted to the indomitable element of fire, which in the blink of an eye can turn from good into destructive evil.