The painting was created in 1907 by oil on canvas. Petrov-Vodkin is a Russian painter who created many works that entered the country's cultural heritage. His fate was quite happy. Born into the family of an ordinary shoemaker, nothing foreshadowed the unusual development of his fate. But a penchant for creativity made itself felt.
Painted in 1891, during Shishkin’s creative heyday, the painting “Rain in the Oak Forest” was thought out to the smallest detail and is probably one of the most impeccable, stunning works of the author and resembles a high-quality photograph. The canvas depicts an oak grove through which a path traversed by many people passes .
Mountains are the eternal, recurring theme of Roerich's paintings. He painted mountains at sunrise and sunset, summer and winter mountains, low and high. He sang the mountains like a song, weaving plots into them and using them conveying some truths. In the mountains he saw the best, the only place where you can find real meaning and know yourself.
The painting "Rainbow" is one of the most famous among Kuindzhi's paintings. The painting captures one of the most beautiful natural phenomena - a rainbow after heavy rain. The landscape in the foreground is stingy and monotonous: an endless steppe stretches under a bright blue sky. There are neither tall, sprawling trees, nor dense shrubs, only an endless field.
Two and a half thousand works. That is how much the American artist Georgia O Kiff created in 70 years from 99 lived in the world. And although her favorite subjects were plants and, strangely enough, skulls and bones of animals, among hundreds of works there are also such as the presented painting “From the Lake.” Try to describe the sea.
Salvador Dali is a surrealist who at one time excited the minds of the people of his time. But even today contemporaries argue about the significance of his paintings and try to unravel the artist’s crazy personality. Many of his works are those that horrify and amaze every imagination. Such a picture is “Anthropomorphic bread”, written in 1932.