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The painting "Gulf of Naples on a moonlit night" was created by Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky back in 1842. This work is done in oil on canvas. The masterpiece is still in the museum of the city of Feodosia. This marine theme (marina) is often present in the artist’s paintings. She goes through all his creative heritage. The composition is based on landscape.
In the foreground on both sides of the painting you can see the dimming of colors. 2 pine trees grow on the left, a huge tower is visible on the right. These items on the sides look like 2 wings.
In the background you can see a city that goes down to the sea. There is also a third plan in the picture. It depicts the volcano Visavius, which is shrouded in light haze.
In the center of the masterpiece is a beautiful moon and moonlight that emanates from it. The composition is thought out to the smallest detail. Everything in it is depicted strictly proportionally. Each plan is separated from the other by color effects. Aivazovsky depicted the moon to the nearest millimeter.
The whole picture is permeated with a romantic line. Romantics have always admired nature, especially at night. The light of the moon becomes lively and playful. There are notes of sadness and joy at the same time. The game of colors is unsurpassed, it is able to work wonders and revive what was simply painted by a master of painting.
Along with the romantic line in this pictorial work, realistic moments are also traced. The famous English artist Joseph Turner, admiring the picture of this master, created a poem in which he admired the work of Ivan Konstantinovich.
The image of the night nature of Ivan Konstantinovich is one of the most poetic images of nature in painting. His paintings often cause the audience not only positive emotions, but also musical and poetic associations.
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