Chuikov depicted Kyrgyz pastures and villages. The heroes of his paintings were simple shepherds, children and impressive slim women with dark skin. The painter depicted his native places. In each of his creations, Chuikov sought to maximize the specific nature of Kyrgyzstan. He was interested in a special originality of life.
The painting of Jacopo Tintoretto depicts a classic biblical plot. The artist opens the veil of secrecy for us, the audience, and allows us to see the moment of the creation of the world. The main role on the canvas is assigned, of course, to the figure of God. Artists quite rarely found the strength to take on the image of the great Creator, but Tintoretto with obvious admiration and audacity took up this work.
Soviet artist K. Yuon found the most picturesque and worthy of canvas paintings of Russian nature. The master had a house in the suburbs, where he loved to immerse himself in creativity. Far from the bustle of the city, the village of Ligachevo was captured in many works of the painter. "The Winter Sun" was caught by the grasping attention of Konstantin Fedorovich in 1916.
Nicolas Poussin is a prominent representative of the era of classicism. His paintings are filled with deep meaning, conveying the main emotions of the characters depicted. Scipio's Generosity was written based on the ancient Roman story of a famous historian who studied the culture of Rome, Titus Livius. In the picture, Nicolas Poussin depicted the two main characters, highlighting the most important scene from the historical story.
1884, painted in oil on canvas. Located in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA. As a creator, Ilya Efimovich was inexhaustible and incredibly versatile as an artist, teacher, art theorist and writer, he was interested in historical, epic, folk stories and contemporaries.
The painting “Vase with Red Poppies” was painted by Van Gogh in the summer of 1886 after moving to Paris. The Paris period was very fruitful for him, during these years the artist painted about 250 paintings. “Vase with red poppies” is one of a series of still lifes of the Parisian period of Van Gogh. Impressionist technique captivated the artist and gradually the palette of melancholy beauties changed to red, orange, green, blue and, of course, yellow.