As a medieval rebel artist from Korea, watermelons and mice became famous
It was named in honor of the patron Saint of pregnant women and mothers, but the whole life of Sin Saimdang rebelled against the traditional female role. Excellent education, which…

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How the Golden age changed the world, or what was revived in the Renaissance
Renaissance (Renaissance) - an era that replaced the middle ages and preceded the New time. It is characterized by a sharp jump in the development of all spheres of social…

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What caused the official painter of the Napoleonic victories to take his own life: Antoine-Jean Gros
In June 1835, a man's body was fished out of the river Seine in the vicinity of the town of MEUDON. The investigation established the identity and circumstances that led…

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The theme of the prodigal son in Rembrandt’s paintings: the greatest evolution of the master’s life and work

Rembrandt Harmens van Rijn was the greatest artist not only of the Dutch Golden age, but of all world art. Known as the” artist of light”, Rembrandt used his unsurpassed technical skills, knowledge of human anatomy, and faith to Express deep emotions and eternal truths. Special attention should be paid to the biblical story of the prodigal son, which reflects the artist’s personal and creative transformations.

Biography

Born into a middle-class Miller’s family in 1606, Rembrandt Harmens van Rijn, like many others at the time, left his father’s home and went to the big city (Amsterdam) to succeed. Continue reading

7 masterpieces of the Hermitage that are worth seeing in 2020
Scientists have long proved that art has a beneficial effect on human health, reducing the level of anxiety and stress in the body. This is especially true of fine art…

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What secrets are hidden by the symbolism of Jan van Eyck: "the Madonna of Canon van der pale»
In 15th-century Flanders, the van Eyck brothers were famous for their skill, innovation, and desire for changes in art and for the break with the Gothic that had already occurred…

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