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The canvas of the outstanding artist Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky “Morning at Sea” was painted with oil on canvas. This work is dated 1849. The true size of the painting is 85x101 cm. Now the canvas is housed in the museum complex in Pavlovsk, among other artwork.
The paintings by Ivan Aivazovsky clearly show the degree of his worldview, as well as his mastery. Famous works of the artist were performed under the direct influence of the romantic canons of K.P. Bryullova. In general, he had an impact on the perception of Aivazovsky art as such. As well as Bryullov, he set himself the goal of creating masterpiece bright paintings, with which you can praise the great Russian art. It can be argued that Aivazovsky and Bryullov are similar in terms of their mastery of performance and technique, they also have courage and speed of action.
On the canvas "Morning at Sea" the viewer had a great start to the day. Around everything is shrouded in carelessness and peace. This is exactly what the young artist saw in his imagination. The sky, painted yellow by the rising sun, gives bright colors and seems to indicate the approach of a warm day.
The sea is surprisingly calm and only a gentle breeze drives the crests of the waves to the sandy coast. In the rays of the rising sun you can see a sailboat. It seems that quite a bit more and its passengers will set foot on the ground.
Further on the horizon, another ship is barely visible floating. And only two figures on the shore are looking forward to the approaching ships. This is a mother with a daughter. The canvas is permeated with deep romantic feelings.
Soft blue tones of sea water were displayed in the painting, while the delicate golden range gives the general appearance of lightness and tranquility.
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