Among art historians and art lovers, there has long been a debate about primitivism as a style in artistic creativity. This painting, which originated in the XIX century, causes a double attitude to it. Therefore, it is not surprising that many people have a well-founded question: “are modern artists playing with this very primitivism?”Indeed, it is one thing when such pictures are written by people, so to speak “from the people”, who do not have special education. And another – primitivists who have graduated from various art educational institutions and work in a splinter manner. Today in our review we will talk about this artist. Meet Gennady Shlykov and his gallery of surprisingly kind paintings. Continue reading
One of the most famous artists painted a lot of female portraits that have been attracting the attention of art lovers for more than a century and are in the collections of the best museums in the world. Just as magnetic is the portrait of Julie Manet “Girl with a cat”.
Biography Of Renoir
Pierre Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges on February 25, 1841. Since childhood, the future artist was forced to work part-time in a porcelain workshop. In 1862, Renoir entered the School of fine arts at the Academy of fine arts, where he met Monet. With the latter, Renoir was later linked by a strong friendship and work in a single direction in art (impressionism). Continue reading
The year 1863 can be defined as a landmark for the future development of fine art in Russia. It all started with the”revolt of the fourteen.” Fourteen students of the historical class preferred the realistic style to the classical, propagandized direction of the Academy and left the walls of the institution. One of these artists was Carl Lemoch.
According to V. V. Stasov: “These young people were all extremely insufficient-it means that they were dependent from head to foot and obliged to tremble for their future, and yet, risking this future, they prefer to lose their reward and the prospect of traveling abroad, just not to perform what is repugnant to their artistic conscience.” And they all lost the gold medal… Continue reading