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Description of the painting by Sandro Botticelli “Venus and Mars”

“Venus and Mars” is a painting by the Florentine artist Sandro Botticelli, written in 1483, the main theme of which is the victory of Love. The plot of the picture is as follows: in a meadow or meadow in front of a quiet grove of myrtle trees in calm poses opposite each other lie two gods: Mars, covering his naked body with a loincloth, he sleeps soundly on his cloak; dressed Venus, the goddess of love and beauty, leaning one hand on a soft pillow, looks in love at the young god of War, guarding his dream.
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Description of the painting by Ilya Repin “Didn't Wait”

This painting depicts the unexpected return of a revolutionary who was exiled. The artist sought to convey the pause that arose between the arrivals and the household. It is not so much the moment of appearance that matters, but the moment of surprise, which very accurately happened to be conveyed on the canvas. This pause is so well emphasized that, in silent silence, the family simply does not believe their eyes.
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Description of Vincent Van Gogh's painting “The Bedroom at Arles”

The first option The second option The third option During his stay in Arles, Van Gogh painted his bedroom. For several days he was sick and was bedridden, which explained his desire to paint this particular room. In fact, there are three versions of the painting. The artist wrote the first version of the painting in 1888 and sent the sketch to his brother.
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Description of the painting Isaac Levitan "Bird cherry"

Landscape works of Levitan are distinguished by softness and smoothness of lines, sunny states of nature. Exactly the same features are presented to us by his early work “Bird cherry blossoms.” The tree itself plays a central role in the composition. It is located in the center, its large branches reach almost to the edges of the composition, and white flowers flicker with bright spots.
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