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Description of the painting by Marc Chagall "Evening at the Window"

All paintings by Marc Chagall are symbolic. He immerses the viewer in a surreal world with features of the ordinary world of things. All his canvases report that time is short in life, and wasting it stupid, you need to enjoy feelings and positive emotions. Chagall’s canvases are colorful, full of secret signs. “Evening by the window” is a picture of a pair of lovers.
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Description of the painting by Andrei Petrovich Ryabushkin "Ilya Muromets"

The theme of historical and everyday painting has always been popular and interesting among art connoisseurs. Andrei Petrovich Ryabushkin is a Russian painter who, through his works, conveyed the mood of the Russian people in the 17th century. From the age of 14, the artist becomes an orphan, and he is taken to Moscow for training. The Moscow Art College became for Andrei Ryabushkin a second home.
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Description of the painting by Yuri Raksha “My mother”

Yuri Raksha was a classic representative of the late socialist realism of the 60-70s. This spirit is imbued with all his work. The picture is called “My mother.” But such a Yuri Raksha never knew his mother. She worked all her life as a laborer in a local factory. Her youth fell on the hungry military and post-war years.
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Description of the painting by Diego Velazquez “Portrait of the Infanta Margarita, daughter of Philip IV”

The work of the legendary 17th-century Spanish artist Diego Velazquez, which was written in 1655, occupies a key place in his work and belongs to the portrait genre, which during Velazquez was especially popular in the European art world. Velazquez himself, being a court painter of the king of Spain, quite often depicted in his paintings precisely members of the monarchic family, emphasizing the greatness of the ruling Spanish dynasty.
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