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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "Still Life"

"Still Life" was written by Salvador Dali in 1918. It is possible that the artist wrote it a little later, but after some time dated it by an early date. Dali painted a picture on canvas measuring 60 × 70 cm, using oil paints for drawing the image. In the center of the picture are vegetables and fruits, ceramic dishes.
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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "The Endless Mystery"

"The Endless Mystery" is not one of the most famous paintings of Salvador Dali. The painting was painted in 1938, shortly after Lorca's death. In the center of the painting is a face. The portrait at the same time resembles actress May West. A year earlier, Dali was already working with her image, creating the famous portrait-room. However, the portrait is similar to the late Lorca.
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Description of the painting by Gustav Klimt “Hope II”

German artist Gustav Klimt was the creator of art nouveau works. The roots come from the Vienna Secession group, created by the artist himself. The group was engaged in the publication of works by young painters who painted in unusual styles. The breadth of genres was the main direction in the work of the Vienna Secession.
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Monument to the book in St. Petersburg

When we hear the word “monument”, we more often associate it with a sculptural group, with the expression of certain human feelings, emotions. But there is a thing in the world that has rightfully put more than one monument. This is a book! Not electronic, but real, with a cover and sheets, such as it appeared not one hundred years ago.
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Description of the painting by Rembrandt "The Return of the Prodigal Son"

Created in 1668-69, the painting of the great artist Rembrandt Harmenszoon Van Rijn “The Return of the Prodigal Son” is based on the Biblical story of the Prodigal Son from the Gospel of Luke and is the embodiment of spiritual and carnal, divine, heavenly and earthly principles. This canvas was the result of doubt and painful feelings and experiences of a mature author.
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