Levitan is the most Russian of Russian artists, a singer of earth and sky, transmitting with his paintings an inner state of mind and believing that the greatest beauty is hidden in nature. Despite a beggarly childhood and hungry youth, he did not lose the ability to see the beautiful - a faithful eye, an accurate hand, attention to detail and the ability to see beauty where no one else could see it made anyone great.
The time of the creation of the painting “Sunny day. Spring ”was the period of the 17th anniversary of the artist Isaac Levitan. The young man studied at the Moscow school of painting. The main focus of the master became landscapes. Perhaps it was not easy to love nature. Levitan was a student of the famous artist Alexei Savrasov, who, in turn, was a master of depicting the essence of the world around him.
In addition to the “Student”, the famous work of the former major general, after choosing the craft of the artist, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Yaroshenko is the work “Student”. Nikolai Alexandrovich, despite his origin, did not shy away from communicating with people from the significantly lower strata of the population. His brush displayed on the canvas both rich and poor.
Canvas "At the pool" was painted by Isaac Levitan in 1892. This painting is the property of the State Tretyakov Gallery. Many people call this painting gloomy and sad, full of anxiety and hidden despair. According to critics, the clouds rising on a cloudy sky and the setting sun symbolize the author’s seal and depressive state.
The talented French artist Auguste Renoir worked for several years on the famous painting “Umbrellas”. Work began at the end of 1881 and was completed only in 1886. Rain. Paris. Umbrellas. On the one hand, this is vanity, crush, the accumulation of umbrellas, and on the other hand, the charm and charm of the plot.
The painting by Peter Bruegel, entitled “Cripples”, has quite realistic motifs from remnants of life, at all times, and even in the modern world, it’s not uncommon to find such a composition live. But, unfortunately, the question is what the artist tried to achieve when In writing this picture, what did you strive for, what was your goal, will we try to figure it out together?