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When composers, artists or writers begin work on their works, they are sure that they will complete the work. Otherwise, why? But not always their aspirations are justified. Sometimes it happens that works of art for various reasons remain unfinished. However, some of these unfinished works have become world famous and have enjoyed worldwide fame and popularity for more than one century.
1. “Saint Jerome” by Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci considered himself more an engineer than an artist. Perhaps that is why he has few finished paintings. For example, his painting “Saint Jerome”. Continue reading
Our Gallery of Contemporary Art continues the series of articles on the history of art.
We invite everyone to visit our Master Classes and Lectorium on the history of painting, the methodology of attribution of objects of art, graphics, sculpture, history of fine art, which are held in Moscow. We recommend signing up in advance and identifying those topics of lectures that would be of interest to you. Come, it will be interesting.
Parisian women are born with all the flaws, but the wonderful fairy gives any flaw to their charm and enchantment. This fairy is grace.
The painting “Nude” was painted by Pierre Auguste Renoir during the transitional period of creativity, when the development of his art was approaching the zenith of fame after difficult years of misunderstanding and sharp criticism: “Rude blots, evoking thoughts about decaying flesh, were the first things about my paintings. Continue reading
Collectors of antique painting conservative in their passions. The greatest interest are the Italian Renaissance masters, the old Dutch and German painters, the French Impressionists and some others. At the same time, artists from other countries and epochs often deserve no less attention. Let’s stop our view on painting in England.
Few would call English painting one of the wealth of the country, and in vain. Among the artists of England are many of the most interesting original artists, whose creations adorn the best art galleries of the world and the richest private collections of objects of art.
However, in the wide circles of art lovers, England is unfairly relegated to the background. Not everyone without a hitch would call the name of at least three English painters. Let us try to eliminate this injustice by offering a brief overview of old English painting from the moment of its formation into a separate, independent phenomenon of world art. Continue reading