The painting by Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky "Beginners" was made in 1904 in the style of realism. Genre: genre painting. The image of the school, peasant children occupies a special place in the artist's work. The work “Beginners” is also devoted to this topic. The plot is based on three boys studying the alphabet. Two of them are dressed in typical peasant clothes.
Landscape painting by Peter Paul Rubens is the culmination of the development of Flemish art of the 17th century. During this period, the foundations of the public consciousness characteristic of the nascent New Age were laid, when in the fine arts of Western Europe there was an active rethinking of earlier views on the relationship between nature and man.
During his life, Nikolai Konstantinovich Roerich created more than 7,000 paintings. From an early age, the boy was attracted to the rich cultural heritage of Russia, but at the same time he was interested in the culture of the East. After graduating from high school, Nicholas entered both the Faculty of Law of the University and the Academy of Arts.
A truly Russian artist I. Repin shows us his vision of French life on the canvas of 1875 "Paris Cafe". Two years earlier, he received from the Academy the right to travel abroad in order to further study the craft of painting. Upon arrival in the French capital, Repin was not impressed by the classics, his soul was attracted by the real life of the city and the nascent currents in art.
Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov-Vodkin, without a doubt, is one of the most famous artists. This Soviet and Russian painter made a great contribution to the development of graphics, painting and pedagogy. In 1930, Petrov-Vodkin was recognized as an honored artist. His paintings were influenced by many foreign artists.
It was painted in oil on canvas in 1876. It is in a private collection in Germany. Many of the works of the world-famous marine painter repeat his favorite story - a moonlit night over the sea and a proud lonely sailing ship. However, each time the picture appears from a new perspective, with other nuances, details, mood ... Aivazovsky himself said that he often repeated in his works in order to correct some flaws, often visible only to his trained gaze and unnoticed by others.