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Description of the painting Three princesses of the underworld, Vasnetsov

Three princesses of the underworld - Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov. 152.7x165.2 The main picture was a folk tale of the underground princesses. Since the work was intended for the main office of the Donetsk Railway, the artist boldly changes the plot of the tale, introduces a new character - the Black Princess (coal). Before us are the abducted princesses of the underground Realms.
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Gust of Wind, 1873-1876, Winslow Homer

A gust of wind - Winslow Homer. The main achievements of American art of the second half of the 19th century are largely connected with the name of the artist Winslow Homer, who, along with Thomas Eakinson, was the leading representative of realistic painting. In his youth, Homer studied lithography, worked as an illustrator.
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Female figure by the window, Salvador Dali, 1925

A female figure by the window is Salvador Dali. 1925In 1925, Salvador Dali painted a wonderful picture - “A female figure by the window”, which is located in the Reina Sofia Art Center (Madrid). This creation is almost the most perfect of all that the painter created while studying at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (from which he was expelled).
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Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov - biography and description of the paintings

Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov was born in 1848 on May 15 in a village with the ridiculous name of Lopyal. Viktor Vasnetsov had 5 brothers, one of whom also became famous artists, his name was Apollinariy.Talent Vasnetsova appeared from childhood, but the extremely unfortunate financial situation in the family left no options for how to send Victor to the Vyatka Theological School in 1858.
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Self portrait with his wife Saskia, Rembrandt, 1635

Self-portrait of the artist with his wife Saskia - Rembrandt. 161x1Z1 Throughout his life, Rembrandt (1606-1669) wrote many self-portraits. The painting captures the joy of life, exultation from owning a loved one - components of the emotional state of the painter of this period. The open gaze of the characters, directed at the viewer (it seems that they invite to share their joy of being), the radiant face of Rembrandt, as if having achieved all the blessings of life, is the mood of this canvas.
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“Entrance to the cemetery”, Caspar David Friedrich - description of the painting

The entrance to the cemetery is Caspar David Friedrich. 143 x 110 From the mid-1820s, the artist lived in isolation and loneliness, in fact, long before his death, he was forgotten by the audience. Only at the beginning of the twentieth century the master was appreciated. In his late work, the motive of the cemetery begins to play an important role. The presented canvas was started in 1825, but remained unfinished.
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