Funny winter paintings of the Dutchman Anton Pick, which will give New Year's mood
The anticipation of the New Year holidays, which in childhood always arose by itself, over time, many of us dulled. And if the pre-Christmas mood does not come to you,…

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Who were the humble and horny who inspired and posed for Gustav Klimt
In the life of the famous Austrian artist there were hundreds of women: the rich wives of the Viennese elite and the poor prostitutes, friends for many years and random.…

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How Chinese artists went around at the Sotheby’s auction of Pablo Picasso
Over the past decades, China has rapidly burst into all spheres of human life. Fine art was no exception. So, in 2011, at the Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong, for…

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City landscapes of the Belarusian artist whose paintings are illustrated by school textbooks

Minsk dwellers often see a young man with an easel on the streets of his city, writing in various studies in different parts of the capital. This is a famous Belarusian painter Vasily Peshkun, who writes all his paintings only from life, considering this approach to work as the main principle of his work. The master is simply virtuoso on the streets, as if a wizard, by the stroke of a brush creates his author’s canvases, delivering a lot of pleasure to passersby, and especially to children who love to see the most like “uncle draws”. Continue reading

Pimen Orlov: As an apprentice, the painter became a student of Briullov and one of the best European portrait painters
The history of Russian art knows many names of artists who came from the common people. One of these is the brilliant Russian portrait painter Pimen Nikitich Orlov, a native…

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From petroglyphs to the drawings of the great Pushkin: History of portrait profile
The profile that in the modern world is associated primarily with self-presentation in the Internet space, in its original meaning of a half-turn, silhouette is almost the same age as…

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Sergey Zaryanko and his “living” portraits: As a boy from the serfs, became the favorite artist of the royal family
The nineteenth century was truly golden in the art of Russia - not least because talented artists were valued and supported - both in the halls of educational institutions and…

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Between the Renaissance and the gloomy Gothic: Pictures of the Ukrainian artist, who was born 500 years after his time
Considering the work of contemporary artists, it seems that they all work in two directions: some get their inspiration and look for answers to their creative questions in the classical…

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