The popular marine painter Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky is a unique leader of creators on the marine theme. A large number of paintings by the author are dedicated to the sea, he, like no one understood the whole depth of the sea and beauty.
The painting “St. George Monastery” was created in 1846, when the painter visited Sevastopol (Crimea). In this city, Ivan Konstantinovich was more than once. The masterpiece expresses the young sensuality of the creator-landscape painter, and his romantic orientation. The landscape is represented by an amazing area, which is full of charms and charm.
Cape Fiolent stands in front of the viewer, which belongs to the wonderful places of Crimea. The main nature for the artist becomes the sea, it is it that surrounds these wonderful rocks. All work is filled with moonlight, and the path that goes along the sea beckons with its majesty. The background of dark skies is neatly illuminated by silver light, and everything around resembles a beautiful moon tale.
On the canvas "St. George's Monastery" there is a composition that reflects color harmony. Aivazovsky’s work is composed of rich nuances and transitions. The brightness of the tones stabilizes the position of the graphics, which attracts the viewer. Poetic images of the sea landscape and the cape prove how much the artist is in love with the beauty of nature.
A lone sailboat in the distance, depicted by thin lines of paint brushes. Ivan Konstantinovich, as if dreaming of going on a night trip. The picture depicts a calm sea, which will not break the breeze. The painter pursues the goal of bringing each observer to the reality of marine beauty.
Aivazovsky could periodically be distracted by certain genres of painting, but the most favorite style was the seascape, in which he invested his inner world and emotions. Ivan Konstantinovich is an artist, in whose work you can see traces of fabulous and real sea depths.
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