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Description of the painting by Gustave Courbet “Artist's Studio”

Painting by French painter Gustave Courbet The artist’s workshop was painted in 1855 using oil paints and a canvas whose length reached almost 6 meters and a width of at least 3.6 meters. The canvas was painted on the opening day of the 1855 World Exhibition and became the main exhibit The pavilion of realism, created by the artist to contrast the works of other French artists represented here.
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Description of the painting by Konstantin Korovin "Summer"

The brightest Russian impressionist Konstantin Korovin enthusiastically painted portraits and still lifes, and especially landscapes. Nature at all times of a changeable year, on a clear day and a mysterious gloomy night, lonely in its beauty or serving as a living background for human figures, blooming or temporarily freezing, is a landscape painting by K.
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Description of the painting by Ivan Kramskoy "Portrait of Griboedov"

Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoy began his career as a clerk in the Duma. From the age of sixteen he became interested in retouching photographs and perfecting them with watercolors and mascara. Therefore, his next job was the service of the photographer Danilevsky in Kharkov. He later went to Petersburg, where he continued to make a living by retouching.
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Description of the painting by Konstantin Yuon “Winter Sun”

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.
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Description of the painting by Kazimir Malevich “Cow and violin”

K.S. Malevich is a vivid representative of surrealism, so undeveloped in Russia at that time. His paintings are striking in their originality, characters are incompatible, and sometimes in their gloom. The work “Cow and Violin” is one of the most striking and unusual paintings. Painted on a wooden plank. At that time, the artist was in need and could not afford to buy an expensive canvas.
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