In Moscow, in the December Uprising Park, there is a bronze sculpture called "Cobblestone - the weapon of the proletariat." It was created by Russian and Soviet sculptor Ivan Dmitrievich Shadr, who worked at the intersection of two eras. This work is one of the best examples of realism of the Soviet period. The sculpture is a collective image of the representative of the proletariat, ready to fight its oppressors.
All the paintings of M. In particular, his Demons ... In 1891, M. Vrubel painted 30 illustrations for the new anniversary edition of the works of the Russian poet M.Yu. Lermontov. Most of the illustrations are devoted to Lermontov’s poem “Demon”. The first sketch of the painting entitled “The Demon Sitting” was painted in 1890, it is stored in the same place as the original in the State Tretyakov Gallery.
The painting by Peter Bruegel, entitled “Cripples”, has quite realistic motifs from remnants of life, at all times, and even in the modern world, it’s not uncommon to find such a composition live. But, unfortunately, the question is what the artist tried to achieve when In writing this picture, what did you strive for, what was your goal, will we try to figure it out together?
The full name of the painting is The Lady in the Garden of Saint-Adress, written by the famous French artist Claude Monet in 1867. A favorite theme for the artist’s creativity is the theme of nature, his landscapes are unique and always so vivid that the people depicted on them seem to want to merge with this nature, to be absorbed in its wondrous colors.
Venetsianov is a Russian artist from a poor family originating from Greece. His very name came from the nickname "Venetiano", which was worn by his great-grandfather, who came to Russia. Born in Moscow, worked in the forest department, was very observant and attentive to trifles. He preferred to write genre scenes from the life of peasants, took students - one of them, Soroka, was serf and enjoyed great love from Venetsianov.
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.