Mikalojs Čiurlionis was a very quiet and dreamy person. Born in Lithuania in 1875. He lived his life richly, but not for long - only 36 years. The musician and artist, in one person, liked to work around the clock, although he constantly lacked the means to live. He beautifully subtly and sincerely felt the music.
The picture was painted in oil on canvas in 1893, when Levitan was in Tver. Currently, it is stored in the Moscow Tretyakov Gallery. It was at this time that Levitan began to get involved in pastel painting techniques, with the help of which he was able to express the whole color gamut of most shades of light, giving depth and airiness to the objects of the image.
Aivazovsky began a completely new semantic series of his works, which included the work "Wave". This picture does not differ significantly in its ultimate design, but rather has a difference in the new color scheme. But still, to put it bluntly, this colorful gamut has a rather meager spectrum in color, if not to say more, almost monochrome.
The Saratov State Art Museum of Radishchev exhibits in its halls a masterpiece of Russian fine art - the work of Morning by Nikolai Petrovich Krymov. This Soviet artist always preferred landscapes, which, in his understanding, should reflect the fullness, breadth and inexpressible beauty of Russian nature.
The artist Zinaida Serebryakova is largely a heroic woman. She had to experience many shocks. Her fate can be called tragic, and her talent is remarkable. She early lost her beloved husband, Boris Serebryakov, left with four children. Nevertheless, she remained true to herself, her style, and there was no case when she painted custom-made paintings.
Isaac Levitan painted his picture entitled “Fresh Wind. Volga "in 1895. The canvas was written for a very long time, and was completed only when all the hard work and searches yielded results. And the result was worth it, because the work was very deep and expressive. This picture is one of the few of his paintings that were extremely optimistic, which cannot but please the viewer familiar with his work to this day.