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Description of the painting by Mikhail Vrubel "Sea King"

In his work, Mikhail Vrubel paid much attention to the embodiment of fairy-tale characters. He painted magic birds, painted dishes with images of sea princesses, sculpted goblin and mermaids. His works are extraordinary, strange and incomprehensible. Perhaps the artist’s unusual vision is related to his lifestyle.
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Description of the painting by Georges Braque "House in Estacus"

Georges Braque - a famous artist from France since 1908, decisively moved away from an early passion for impressionism and subsequent work in the style of Fauvism. His new interest, reflecting the prevailing trends in art in Europe, was revolutionary cubism. The tranquil picturesque sea coast - Estac port in Marseille - a paradise favorite among many artists.
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Description of the painting by Pavel Kuznetsov “In the steppe at work. Shearing"

The artist was one of the innovators in art. His work reached its highest peak in the 10s of the twentieth century, when the steppe and Bukhara series exemplary in their impeccability appeared, to which the painting “At Work” belongs. The best canvases of the “Kyrgyz Suite” are distinguished by true grandeur, picturesqueness, a thorough understanding of the spirit of the East and its slow power-law dimension.
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Description of the painting by Francois Boucher "Madame de Pompadour"

Francois Boucher - a very multifaceted French artist. The basis of his work is composed of paintings with mythical and biblical subjects; He also liked to depict the daily activities of the inhabitants of Paris and pastoral scenes, often took up portraits. The favorite of Louis the Fifteenth Marquis de Pompadour was his devoted admirer and girlfriend; Boucher was engaged in decorating her residence and painted several ceremonial portraits of the marquise.
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Description of the painting by Alexei Savrasov "Dawn in the steppe"

Alexei Savrasov discovered early ability to painting. Critics noted the extraordinary vitality of the work of the young man - although they considered some of them somewhat clumsy. However, the artist quickly progressed in his work, and already at the age of twenty-four, upon graduation from the school, he received the title of academician.
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