Russian avant-garde, Russian artist Kandinsky, Vasily Vasilyevich
Kandinsky became the creator of abstract art in its pure form, its theorist and creator. In his early works, which strongly influenced the French and German influence, and undoubtedly in…

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EKATERININSKY PERIOD
Russian art in the Catherine period finally goes beyond one portrait form. A multi-genre painting system emerges at the Academy, and a historical picture appears. One of the brightest representatives…

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“Maha dressed” and “Maha nude”: How passion flared up around the scandalous paintings of Francisco Goya
Surprisingly, the paintings of the famous Spanish artist, painted at the turn of the enlightened XVIII and XIX century gold, became the causes of scandals until the liberated XX. Despite…

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Art as a source of pleasure

Man is a social being. The history of mankind shows that people have always wanted to share their thoughts and feelings with other beings. Painting is one of the most ancient forms of art known to man. The forms of art have changed over many millennia, but it still remains the most popular means of communication.
There are various forms of art in every corner of the globe: on documents, dishes (glass, china), clothes, etc. Even wall art – graffiti, is considered as such, since it is also intended to convey thoughts and feelings. However, the picture – the most popular of the known forms of art. It is believed that it was invented in Afghanistan, and later, in the Renaissance, spread among artists. Continue reading

40 interesting facts from the life of great artists

Salvador Dali believed that he was the reincarnation of his dead brother.
In each of the works of Dali there is either his portrait or silhouette.
The idea of ​​a soft clock came to Dali when he watched Camembert cheese melt in the sun.
Єdgar Degas was so fascinated by ballet dancers that he created more than 1,500 works with their participation.
The theme of all the works of the artist Marcel Duchamp was everyday life. His most famous work, called “The Fountain”, is nothing else than the erupting urine of the artist himself. Continue reading

Oddities of pictures

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). As experts in the field of painting admit, the famous Italian Renaissance artist perfectly mastered the techniques of building a linear perspective. In fact, the sketch of the background is verified with mathematical precision — the glance glides along straight lines rushing to the central vanishing point * and is fixed on it. But look at the columns at the left edge of the picture. Don’t you notice anything strange? The columns are depicted in violation of the very perspective, which is so admired in the drawing of Leonardo. The column, which rests on the step, is depicted on two planes at once: the front (at the base) and the rear (at the level of the capital). And the second column is clearly out of place. Continue reading

"The Last Day of Pompeii" - mysteries, secrets, facts masterwork K. Bryullov
In the first century of our era there was a series of eruptions of the volcano Vesuvius, which were accompanied by an earthquake. They destroyed several flowering cities, which were…

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interesting facts about the masterpieces of painting
Rafael Sistine Madonna 1512 Stored in the Old Masters Gallery in Dresden. The picture has a little secret: the background, seen from a distance, appears to be clouds, upon careful…

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The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1511
The greatest miracle appears before the viewer in all its glory. The mystery that does not cease to excite the imagination of man is interpreted by the great master very…

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