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TONE PAINTING, LIGHT AND AIR – Taisia Afonina, painter and watercolorist of the Leningrad school

Landscapes, still lifes and portraits, in Leningrad What to buy in St. Petersburg? Matryoshkas and handicrafts, but also rare books and paintings in art galleries. Entering the Didi Art Gallery https://www.inyourpocket.com/st-petersburg-en/didi-art-gallery_10469v, in Bolshoy Perspective you can admire some interesting sculptures and some small installations, as well as paintings by the most talented contemporary Russian painters, but not those by Taisia …

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WHEN TENSIONS AND CONTRADICTIONS BEING OF ARTISTIC LANGUAGE – Pavel Fedotov: An ancestor of the comic genre in Russian painting.

From narrative satire of sepia drawings, to the tragic minimalism of last paintings. He was born in Moscow on a June day 1815, into a family of a former soldier of Catherine’s epoch. In 1834, his first works were dedicate to military subjects, most of them with a satirical focus. After he presented to the emperor, in the renovated Winter …

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IMAGES IMBUED INTO PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION – Ivan Nikolaevič Kramskoi: Wealth of character-details in common people.

Democratic ideals and peasants portraits. The property is located across from the Moskva River. The Baltschug Kempinski Moscow hotel www.kempinski.com, you offers spectacular views of the Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral. The history of an art gallery begins in 1856, when a merchant began to purchase works of art from Russian artists of the time. In 1892, that merchant donated …

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