An example of art history analysis of painting on the example of Renoir's painting
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,…

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Secrets of famous paintings
Works of art often become particularly popular if they are legends about them or if they unexpectedly turn out to be not what they seem at first glance. "Kultura.RF" reveals…

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How photography completely changed the visual arts
Both painting and photography are forms of visual art that are designed to create images and visual symbols. The difference in the method of manufacture and creates some features. Painting…

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desire was made

FAVORITE WOMEN PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

Pablo Picasso wrote a huge number of paintings, tens of thousands of paintings – so many that no one knows all his works, even his professional biographers. They constitute the core of the collection of any museum in the world and are the subject of legitimate pride of private collectors. They shake the auctions of modern art and excite the imagination of the most daring museum robbers.
And I gained courage among the whole mass of his vast creative heritage to select, to your taste, the beautiful female images created by the artist. They, too, are the greatest multitude, limited themselves with difficulty … But at the same time she considered it appropriate to recall the beloved muses of the genius of Pablo Picasso.
Born in Malaga, Spain, on October 25, 1881, was born. Continue reading

5 most expensive paintings by Pablo Picasso

Picasso’s canvases rank first in “popularity” among the kidnappers and beat all records for sale at auctions. By the way, most recently, in May of this year, one of his paintings again headed the list of the most expensive works of art – it was sold for an unprecedented 179.3 million dollars!
Algerian women, 1955
Sold for $ 179.3 million. 05/11/2015
5 most expensive paintings by Pablo Picasso
Picasso created a series of paintings by ALGERIAN WOMEN based on the famous painting by Eugene Delacroix in 1834. Total – 15 variations, which are alphabetically listed as Version AO. In 1956, a year after writing, all of it for $ 212 thousand, bought Victor Ganz, a famous collector of modern art. Eleven works from a series of Algerian women were sold by Sally and Viktor Ghantsev during the latter’s life to museums and private hands, and the remaining four works, including the final Version O, were sold after the death of both Ghantsevs. Continue reading

"Unequal marriage" almost destroyed the friendship
“She exchanged me for a rich manufacturer!” - sobbing, explaining the reason for parting with her beloved Sophia Rybnikova, friend of the young artist Vasily Pukirev, merchant Sergey Varentsov. And…

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Nudity in the history of art: How to change the attitude to nu from Venus Paleolithic to classical painting
Thanks to Ivan Efremov and his "Tais of Athens", the general public became aware of the notions of "hymnophiles" - that is, those who sing nudity - and "hymnophobes" -…

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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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