The painting captures a summer evening. The sun almost disappeared over the horizon, painting the last rays of the tree in red and yellow. Before us is a calm river with low banks on which trees grow. But there are neither thickets of reeds, nor weeping willows. In the center of the picture, the river expands, forming a small backwater.
Franz Marc is a German artist, author of several very unusual works in the expressionist style. A painter was born and lived in Germany at the beginning of the last century, for a long time studying at the university could not give him the necessary knowledge, since the emphasis in the educational institution was on naturalism, which did not interest the young artist at all.
Well, who just did not put his hands to the image of this noisiest place in Paris - the Boulevard of Capuchin. The biggest lovers of this place are the French impressionists, such as Monet, Manet, Degas and others. They wrote this boulevard at different times of the year and from different angles. And it always turned out different: either sharply funny, or somehow vague (painted when it was raining outside), or even not at all clear.
This picture refers to the early period of the artist. Being written in 1872, it coincided in time with another, more famous canvas by Claude Monet, “Impression,” which marked a new trend in Western European painting - impressionism. Monet sought not only to transfer nature to the canvas photographically.
The great Spanish painter - surrealist, Salvador Dali, was born in Figueiros. After graduating from the Madrid Academy of Arts, he absorbed the teachings of Z. Freud and the work of the artist D. De Chirico, which influenced his becoming a talented artist of the twentieth century. His specific name, the painting received from the poet Paul Eluard.
Fedor Alexandrovich Vasiliev - a contemporary of Russian landscapes. A special moment of influence on his work turned out to be acquaintance with outstanding artists I. I. Shishkin, I. N. Kramsky. A careful study of nature was accompanied by numerous sketches and sketches. Fyodor Vasilyev graduated from art education by 1867.