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Description of the painting Nikolai Kasatkin Rivals

FROSTY AIR. TASTE OF COLD WATER. In the background of the picture is a gorgeous winter sky - clear and saturated. The silence and frost of a snowy morning is felt when there is no wind and only a crunch of snow underfoot breaks the silence. The village seemed to freeze in this beautiful white decor, under a soft and airy white blanket.
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Description of the painting by Julia Clover “Winter landscape with a hut”

The artist Julius Clover is a native of an old German family, the author of many romantic landscapes. Recognizable features of the artist’s works include a peculiar knotty manner of drawing tree branches. For the most part, Clover recreated winter views of nature on canvas. In the heyday of the artist's work, romanticism began to gradually step aside, giving way to modernists.
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Description of the painting by Ivan Aivazovsky "Moonlit night at sea"

Another name: “Storm at sea at night.” Year of creation - 1895, canvas and oil were used. Size - 47 by 75 cm. Nizhny Novgorod State Art Museum, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. An alarming and disturbing picture of an outstanding marine painter shows the riot of elements in the cold light of an indifferent moon. It almost does not fall within the boundaries of the canvas, hidden by clouds above, but its presence is evident from the bright silver radiance that spilled above, by the glare on the rippling, stormy and dangerous sea off the coast of Gurzuf.
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Description of the painting Pablo Picasso “Date”

A date is a picture in which reflects all the necessary feelings between a man and a woman. It conceals a riddle of embraces, the mysteries of which Pablo Picasso will use for a long time in all subsequent works: the line of one figure smoothly flows into another, the volumes merge, and only the color of the clothes can separate them.
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Description of the painting by Fedor Rokotov “Portrait of Vasily Maykov”

Of course, this is one of the most realistic works that have gone beyond the hands of the master. The work attracts by the fact that the master in this case focused the attention of the viewer precisely on the internal component of the whole image. The first thing that catches your eye is the fleshy lips and the glossy cheeks of the portrait, which directly indicates that the viewer is a typical landowner.
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