Year of painting: 1874. Dimensions of the painting: 85 x 75 cm. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: genre painting. Style: impressionism. Gallery: Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France
A heavy man’s boot is placed next to a fragile toy set. And from the inappropriateness of this neighborhood, it is felt with particular acuteness how fraught with danger for the world of childhood is the intrusion of adult troubles, troubles and difficulties into it. The ashes of a smoking cigarette are falling on the […]
Year of painting: 1879. Dimensions of the painting: 300 × 218 cm. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: mythological painting. Style: neoclassicism. Gallery: Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France.
Year of painting: 1520. Painting dimensions: no data. Material: no data. Writing technique: engraving. Genre: mythological painting. Style: High Renaissance. Gallery: National Library, Paris, France.
One of his most famous works – “Absinthe” Edgar Degas wrote in 1893, initially calling it “People in the Cafe”. In the picture, the artist depicted two people – a man and a woman sitting at a cafe table. It is noticeable that the woman is pretty drunk, while the man is completely sober. Degas […]
The depiction of ballet and ballerinas by Edgar Degas is simply permeated with subtle beauty and grace. A lot of sketches, sketches and completed works of the artist have survived, depicting certain scenes and episodes from the life of the ballet. Degas was indeed very fascinated by the grace and plasticity of the dancers, but […]
Alexander Ivanov was an amazingly versatile artist. It so happened that he is known to a wide circle of people, first of all, for his masterpieces on biblical themes. But Ivanov’s work was not limited only to this. He was able to paint pictures of nature very subtly and sincerely. One of these canvases is […]
A young naked woman lies with her hands behind her head and her legs slightly bent on a crumpled bed. On a pale face, framed by curly dark hair, there are huge black eyes, a small, slightly smiling mouth and patches of blush, too bright to be real. The body of this woman does not […]
Year of painting: 1926. Painting dimensions: no data. Material: canvas. Writing technique: oil. Genre: nude. Style: new realism. Gallery: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, USA.
“Waking up one morning and looking out the window, I was surprised to see that snow had fallen: the whole garden was covered in snow, the column terrace was covered with snow. The sight of snow with bright yellow foliage was so unexpected and at the same time beautiful that I immediately settled down on […]