Why a deaf-mute painter of the late middle Ages painted only winter landscapes: Hendrik Averkamp
Many readers often associate the noun "winter" with the adjective "Russian". Especially when it comes to painting, the names of Russian classical artists Ivan Shishkin, Boris Kustodiev, and Igor Grabar…

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Looking at the world through stained glass: an Israeli artist creates paintings in a unique technique
Each artist has their own concept of creativity. Someone is close to academic painting and classicism, and someone relies on primitivism or abstractionism, while others win the hearts of their…

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An artist from the Russian hinterland writes extraordinary paintings that are difficult to distinguish from coinage
Today, the visual arts, as never before, have an unlimited degree of freedom in the choice of themes, ideas, designs, and artistic means. However, not many masters manage to surprise…

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An artist from Belarus creates mesmerizing hyperrealism landscapes in the best traditions of the classics

There are many talented and amazing artists in the world who amaze the audience with their inexhaustible imagination, a variety of forms, colors, styles, manners, and various techniques. However, the priority has always been, is and will be “old and good” realism. So, continuing to discover new names, we invite our reader to visit the gallery of stunning paintings by the hyperrealist artist from Belarus – Sergei Trukhan, whose picturesque landscapes are so detailed that they can compete with the photo in their reality of the image.Feeling the irresistible attraction and charm of the magic of the nature of the Belarusian land, Sergei Trukhan in his work turned to the centuries – old genres of painting-landscape and animalistic, where he demonstrated brilliant technical skills. Continue reading

What is true and what is fiction in the story of a loving artist and a million red roses

Alla Pugacheva’s song “a Million red roses”, created by Raymond Pauls based on poems by Andrey Voznesensky, tells about the love of a poor artist for an actress. The plot of the song is based on the true story of the Georgian artist Niko Pirosmani, who fell in love with the French actress Marguerite de Sevre.
About the artist
Niko Pirosmani is a primitive artist, self-taught and a real nugget from the people, whose fame spread throughout Georgia after his death. Niko Pirosmani was born in the Georgian village of Mirzaani in a peasant family. His parents were farmers who owned a small vineyard and cattle. Continue reading

Why did the Peredvizhniki disown the artist Bodarevsky and remove his paintings from the opening day

Peredvizhniki – a special caste of Russian artists who left behind a valuable legacy in the Treasury of world art. Who does not remember the names of the most prominent of them. But today I would like to remember the forgotten name of the Peredvizhnik, whom colleagues in the shop considered a complete stranger in their environment. And, if it were the will of some of them, to be a gifted portraitist Bodarevsky Nikolai Kornilievich expelled from the Association. For what he fell into disgrace to his colleagues and why they could not exclude the” negligent ” artist from their ranks-further, in the review. Continue reading

David's "oath of the Horatii": what symbols the artist encoded in the Patriotic Manifesto
In 1785, visitors to the Paris salon were shocked by the painting of David - "the Oath of the Horatii", which later became a masterpiece of Neoclassicism. The canvas contains…

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An artist from the Russian hinterland writes extraordinary paintings that are difficult to distinguish from coinage
Today, the visual arts, as never before, have an unlimited degree of freedom in the choice of themes, ideas, designs, and artistic means. However, not many masters manage to surprise…

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Russian portrait artist and US President: how was the "Unfinished portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt written»
Elizabeth Shumatova was a Russian-American artist who created numerous portraits of influential American and European figures throughout the twentieth century. But she is best known for painting an unfinished portrait…

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Romantic female portraits of a Moscow artist who combined French art Nouveau and Russian realism
Captivating, sentimental, romantic, sensual, graceful, magical, fabulous, divine, incomprehensible, mysterious, charming, mysterious... and this is not the entire list of epithets that can be said about the heroines of paintings…

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