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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "Crucifixion"

Salvador Dali embodied the Spanish temperament, extraordinary thinking and a peculiar vision of the world in many of his canvases. The great surrealist of the 20th century, Salvador Dali, on his canvas “The Crucifixion” depicted one of the most famous religious scenes - the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. His images embodied in the paintings are a reflection of his dreams and visions.
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Description of the painting Henri Russo "Customs"

For a specific manner of drawing, Rousseau was nicknamed an amateur, although Picasso and his entourage admired his paintings. The reason for such unflattering reviews was the manner of Rousseau to paint his paintings. The artist took the world absolutely at ease. This lightness of his did not find a reciprocal understanding in the views of critics, for whom Rousseau's paintings were too naive.
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Description of the painting Albrecht Durer "Hare"

One of the most famous works of the German artist Albrecht Durer. Despite the fact that the master has many more remarkable works, for example, a deer with prominent horns, or a dead bird with a rainbow plumage. The history of painting has several versions. According to one of them, one day I walk, Dürer came across a sick hare who needed urgent care.
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Description of Anthony Van Dyck's Self Portrait

One of the Hermitage’s best paintings, Van Dyck’s self-portrait, shows us an artist in a creative, uninhibited person who makes a living impression of embodied art, a little rebellious, out of a series of everyday images, and it is through this especially attractive. The aristocratic appearance is emphasized by the masterful play of light making pale skin with the dignity inherent in the embodiment of a thin nature, sensitive and therefore sensual, emotionally elevated and therefore deep.
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