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Description of the painting Arkady Plastov “First Snow”

The artist A. Plastov was very fond of the village, rural life and ordinary people, and he devoted many of his works to this. One of them is the picture “First Snow”, which is well known to many. On this canvas we see a sketch from peasant life: a village house, a front garden, an old tall birch, a frozen puddle, a crow, and in the distance other huts.
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Description of the triptych of Jerome Bosch “The Last Judgment”

Bosch's Last Judgment is one of his most impressive works, as well as one of his most impressive works on this subject in general. It was commissioned by the governor of the Netherlands and is the largest surviving work of the Artist. The plot of the triptych is intuitive to anyone who is familiar with Christian traditions at least to some extent.
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Description of the painting by Viktor Borisov-Musatov “Self-portrait with sister”

The canvas was created in 1898 in oil on canvas. Borisov-Musatov is a Russian artist of the late 19th century and early 20th. He was born in the Saratov province, where he painted many canvases. After living only 30 years, he left us beautiful paintings that went into the cultural heritage of our country. The artist painted a self-portrait with his sister in 1898, since that year he already lived in Saratov.
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Description of the painting Nicholas Roerich "Sky Battle"

Quite a few Roerich's paintings contain images of clouds. So in this picture they allotted most of the canvas. Their image was conveyed by the artist in magnificent forms of patterns, airy and voluminous, so unlike each other. The clouds are white above the sky, they still let in the rays of the sun, and closer to the earth the color turns to yellow, turning into light blue, with breakthroughs of violet tides, sometimes brown, reaching dark colors of blue and sometimes gray.
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Description of the painting by Vasily Polenov “On the boat. Abramtsevo

Abramtsevo is a wonderful place for artists and writers. Since the 1870s, many famous painters have been staying there, including Vasnetsov, Repin, Serov, Korovin. Polenov has also been there. Manor Abramtsevo was not a place for balls and meetings of noble people. This place was intended for creativity. It preserved the beauty and originality of rural nature, was far from the bustle of the city.
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