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Description of the painting Fedor Vasilyev "In the Crimean Mountains"

The painting has a somewhat sad landscape, most likely, beginning or mid-autumn, the artist's emphasis is clearly made on the stage, which is located in the central part. We see that the cart pulled by the bulls stopped on the road and apparently there was some kind of breakdown, because the cab with trying to peer closely and discover the reason for the stop.
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Description of the painting by Henri Matisse "Red Room"

In 1908, the French fauvist Henri Matisse painted the next painting by order of Sergei Schukin. Fauvism as a new art movement did not exist for long, but managed to prove itself quite vividly in the paintings of painters. This style of image performance mixed in itself several components and gave rise to rich avant-garde paintings.
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Description of the painting by Nicholas Roerich “Mother of the World”

Carried away by eastern philosophical and religious movements, Roerich considered it his duty to carry them through creativity to people far from them. Expressing himself through what worked best for him — through painting — he simultaneously popularized what he believed in. Although people did not understand the meaning of the paintings, they might be interested.
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Description of the painting by Konstantin Vasilyev "Mermaid"

In the picture of Konstantin Vasilyev, the mermaid is depicted in an unusual manner for the viewer. There is no hint of fabulousness or cartoon character image in the picture. The mermaid is written in the form of a pretty young girl who sits on the branches of a tree. I would like to recall the lines of Pushkin: "The mermaid is hanging on the branches ...".
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Description of the painting Georgia About Kiff From the Lake

Two and a half thousand works. That is how much the American artist Georgia O Kiff created in 70 years from 99 lived in the world. And although her favorite subjects were plants and, strangely enough, skulls and bones of animals, among hundreds of works there are also such as the presented painting “From the Lake.” Try to describe the sea.
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