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Description of the painting by Pablo Picasso “Acrobats mother and son”

In the period from 1904 to 1906 the famous Italian artist Pablo Picasso had a special stage in his creative life, in which he applied only images of artists, acrobats and circus artists to the canvas. It was during this period that Picasso created his famous masterpiece Acrobats (mother and son) .We see how a mother and son sat at the table, dressed in tight circus clothes.
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Description of the painting by Nicolas Poussin "Narcissus and the Echo"

The painting, called Narcissus and the echo, created by the artist Poussin, causes those who look at it to be quite contradictory, and sometimes repelling each other's emotions. But in the end, this work makes a person think about how life is structured and what place it occupies in it. Of particular interest is the work, not only because of its emotional content, but also because of its technical performance.
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Description of a series of paintings by Joan Miró “Metamorphosis”

“Metamorphosis” is not just one picture, but a whole series of collages, sketches, which was completed by Joan Miro in one year (from 1935 to 1936). This series served as a kind of interlude to “The picture on masonite.” The author drew inspiration for writing collages from his attitude to politics and the situation that prevailed at that time in Spain and Catalonia.
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Description of the painting by Vasily Sadovnikov "Panorama of Nevsky Prospect"

V. His work occupies an important place among the works devoted to the depiction of landscapes of St. Petersburg. Sadovnikov’s artistic heritage is more than a hundred pages with views of the capital, its environs, embankments and squares. During his life, Sadovnikov managed to make more than a hundred views of St. Petersburg, capturing the northern capital from the time of Pushkin and Gogol in his early works, to the times of Dostoevsky and Pomyalovsky in more later works.
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