Gerasimov worked on this masterpiece for a long 7 years. He began the picture at the turning point of 1943. At this time, the Nazis had already stopped. The partisans were the avengers of the people who united the front and the rear. These patriots were not afraid of torture and threats. In the center of his canvas, Gerasimov depicts a simple Russian woman.
All the artist's paintings to one degree or another reflected the grief that lurked in his soul. He loved to portray the elders and monks who fled from the reality of the world. They found shelter in monasteries. Volkov incredibly loved the nature of central Russia. During a trip to the Crimea, the south did not impress him. The viewer has a magnificent picture.
Romadin is a Russian artist, born in the family of a railway worker. At the beginning of his career, he wrote on historical topics, then rethought his work and switched to landscapes, which he remained faithful to the end of his life. “Willow in high water” is one of his paintings depicting hard times for nature - early spring.
In 1907, Benoit performed a series of works on historical subjects, which includes the painting “Parade under Paul I”. This was due to the order of the publisher I.N. Knebel for his "Russian history in pictures." In addition to Benoit’s works, the book contained paintings by Dobuzhisky, Serov and other brush masters. Consider the painting “Parade under Paul I”.
Amazing canvases were painted by van Gogh, but nobody bought his work. At least, while he was alive, nobody was interested in his canvases. It was a pity to him, and to his friends, that nobody bought such colorful canvases. But they were really colorful. No one can still understand how he could achieve such colors.
One of the most famous works of art by Nicolas Poussin, “The Kingdom of the Flora”, is a poetry of images executed in painting. Over time, the colors in the picture faded a little, but initially this masterpiece of art emitted light. There is confirmation of this, and now, the main thing is to pay attention to the spotless blue color of the sky and the way with which pleasure Apollo rushes into the distance with his fast four.