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Description of the painting by Andrei Ryabushkin "Svyatogor"

Here it is worth telling immediately about two personalities. First, about the mythical character Svyatogor, and then about the author of this painting Ryabushkin. As for Svyatogor, this purely epic Russian character was outside the Slavic epics. The strongest of the warriors and the highest. He is a giant athlete and keeper of the Russian land from enemies.
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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "Fountain"

Salvador Dali is one of the most famous representatives of the surrealistic trend in the visual arts. His canvases are subject to the understanding of not every spectator, they require some preparation for perception. Dali's paintings are saturated with the symbolism of individual features that accompany almost every of his creations.
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Description of the painting by Boris Kustodiev "Bolshevik"

Perhaps there is no such person who would not know this picture. The painting was inspired by the October Revolution. The motive for writing the painting was the artist’s desire to convey to the viewer the image of the hero of that time - the Bolshevik. In this picture, the character was first painted by the artist in a manner completely atypical for him.
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Description of the painting by Paul Cezanne “Still Life with Apples”

In his work, Paul Cezanne paid great attention to such a genre as a still life. The master especially loved to transfer fruits to his canvases. He clearly thinks through the composition of the paintings, determining each of the objects in their proper place. More often than other fruits, Cezanne loved to write apples because of their beauty and variety of colors.
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