Understanding of the paintings of Arkhip Ivanovich Kuindzhi comes from the knowledge of his life position. Love for birds was clearly reflected in the creator's behavior. Kuindzhi seemed to want to collect and cure all the wounded birds that he saw on the street. Sometimes people saw how he was engaged in the treatment process. The artist had a human factor.
This artist was strange, some mystic. And well, if he himself was just a mystic, but his canvases also have some kind of mysticism. Only the canvas "Scream" can not leave alone many generations of art lovers. “Screaming” is either stolen, or vandals spoil the canvas, then it gathers dust for a long time in the archives, then visitors who are sick on the head in ecstasy beat for hours at the canvas.
The picturesque picture of the Baroque era “Three Graces” (1639) belongs to the brush of the South Dutch artist Peter Paul Rubens. The dimensions of the canvas are 221X181 cm, the technique is oil on wood. This masterpiece of art is attributed to the late period of Rubens, which began in the 1630s. At this time, the artist moved away a little from the hustle and bustle of his life and confined himself to being in Stan Castle.
Many artists emphasized a person’s craving from darkness to enlightenment. Naturally, this was expressed on the canvas a little differently than the meaning required. One of these paintings is the creation of Friedrich Caspar, "Two Contemplating the Moon." The work emphasizes, if not aspiration, then interest in something unknown, bright, but definitely necessary.
Not everyone knows that the famous writer and poet Taras Shevchenko was closely connected not only with literature, but also with painting. Indeed, at the beginning of his journey in art, he was seen precisely as an artist, thanks to which he was sent to study in Russia. In 1842, after the creation of the poem “Katerina,” Taras Shevchenko painted an oil painting, performing it in the style of realism, according to the same plot, choosing a scene that goes right after the farewell of the main character with her lover - “Muscovite”.
The portrait of Picasso's mother was painted in a completely unusual manner for him. A vivid representative of cubism in painting, he painted a portrait of his mother tenderly, barely perceptible, missing him from his traditional style. The picture is filled with love. The whole image of a woman just breathes warmth. It becomes clear - this is not just a woman on canvas, she is for the artist - the highest value, the greatest love.