Alexander Popov is a true master. He created magnificent portraits and colorful landscapes. Russian nature in all its glory appears before the viewer. We see a country road running into the distance. On the left is a bench on which you can sit to enjoy the cleanest air. On a hot summer day it is so nice to relax in the shade and listen to the birds singing.
The painting was painted in 1922. Kustodiev liked to depict provincial Russia in his paintings. Those villages that were on the upper Volga attracted him especially. It was here that those images of the merchant and philistine life were born, which became the themes of his creations. The original motive of the fair and Shrovetide was constantly varied by the artist.
Alexander Popov has always sought to see something new in seemingly ordinary pictures of nature. He tried differently to read all that diverse beauty that exists in it. It is also important that he shared this unusual vision with all the spectators of his creations. The tree in the foreground is clearly spelled out, and those that are in the background are like in a haze.
Mikalojs Čiurlionis is a famous Lithuanian artist and composer. The picture opens before us a wonderful world unknown to us, shows the audience the beauty of the other world. This work is filled with purity and beauty, the unusual landscape and characters depicted on the canvas. Ciurlionis combined his talents for painting and music and embodied all his dreams and fantasies in the picture into a single whole.
In his life, Lagorio devoted more than half of his paintings to the sea. Once admiring the genius of Aivazovsky, once having visited the coast, he could not wrest the passion for the ocean from his soul. But there are other paintings in his work - incidents from life, beautiful landscapes, where there is still something from the sea - even if it is something - the sky.
Pyotr Konchalovsky is among the unsurpassed masters of still life writing, one of his best works can be attributed without a twinge of conscience a still life called “Dry Colors”, executed in an unsurpassed manner of vibrant writing and color. The style of writing resembles a cross between Cubism and Fauvism, since the artist was an ardent admirer of both of these areas in painting in the early stages of his career.