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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "Young Women"

The painting by the artist Salvador Dali “Young Women” is very original and, given the general style of the author’s work, is allegorical. Three objects are depicted on the canvas: on the right is a pot with a pale blue - grayish flower, in the center is a girl with her back turned to the viewer and the face to the viewer to us, another representative of the fair sex is depicted.
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Description of the painting by Ivan Kramskoy “Bouquet of flowers”

Kramskoy is a Russian artist who, of all genres, preferred genre and historical painting. Sometimes he painted portraits, criticized other people's paintings, tried to find such measures by which it would be possible to accurately determine the value of objects of art. He fiercely defended the idea that the artist should not just be an observer, but a teacher, and that the paintings should serve a greater purpose than simply reflecting reality.
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Description of the painting by Nikolai Popov “March”

Mart's painting was painted by Ukrainian painter Popov Nikolai Alexandrovich in 1956 with oil on canvas. The dimensions of the picture are 30 * 23. Currently, the canvas can be purchased at auction. Popov N.A. He is a graphic artist, Ukrainian painter. The years of life of 1927-1997. He graduated from the Moscow Polygraphic Institute, took part in regional and republican exhibitions.
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Description of the painting by Alexei Savrasov "Rye"

The well-known landscape painter Savrasov, on the eve of important changes in life, foreseeing and foreshadowing them, paints a picture quite difficult to perceive - “Rye”, in which all the heavy thoughts that worried the artist during this period were reflected. The painting was created in 1881, significant for the artist by the fact that his wife was leaving him at that time, they were also fired and the painter rushed about in search of a new, something unusual and exciting.
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