The painting "Blooming Garden" was created by an unrecognized during his life, but very talented French artist Vincent Van Gogh in 1888. Of all the genres of fine art, the French post-impressionist Van Gogh chose the landscape. He loved wildlife passionately and passionately, some kind of extraterrestrial love, unlike most of his contemporaries.
A well-known mythological story about the union of Cupid (or the god of love Cupid) and the mortal girl Psyche, who was later granted the immortality of the gods. Based on the giving, the girl’s parents asked Amur to marry her, however, he was fascinated by her beautiful beauty and decided to marry her himself.
Rembrandt depicted the scene that is described in the Old Testament. One day, King David went onto the roof of his palace. From there, he saw a beautiful woman who was swimming. It became very interesting to David who she was. It turned out that her name was Bathsheba, and she was married. The king ordered the servants to bring her to him. Rembrandt concentrated in his canvas a crime of a blood character and treason against his spouse, as well as the wrath of God.
“John the Baptist” is a painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, an Italian Renaissance artist. This oil painting refers to a later period of the artist's work and testifies not only to the creative decline of Da Vinci, but also to the end of the Renaissance.
Of course, Vladimir Lukich Borovikovsky, very talented and judging by his robots, is a rather zealous artist, because all his lines, contours, and textures are brought to perfection. There is not even a hint of unfinished work. Many art historians believe that it was from the portrait of Lopukhina that the era of portrait painters began in Russia.
An amazingly beautiful painting, created using technique using a tempera palette of colors, was created by the artist in 1924. Subsequently, in 1925, in Adyar, he presented it to the Theosophical Society in the person of its founder - a unique Russian woman - Blavatsky Elena Petrovna. She possessed an unusually high degree of cultural and moral education, and the refined beauty of the ideals of the Renaissance.