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Description of the painting by Victor Borisov-Musatov “Ghosts”

This painting is the final touch to the Saratov cycle of the artist, written in Zubrilovka between 1902 and 1903. Prior to this, Boris-Musatov managed to write other canvases in the estate (“Pond”, “Lady at the Tapestry”), which were motifically correlated with “Signs”, inferior to them in the power of the created mood.
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Description of the painting by Viktor Vasnetsov “The Frog Princess”

The painting "The Princess - the Frog" was painted by the famous Russian artists V. Vasnetsov. in 1918 In the center of the canvas, a stately beautiful girl is depicted. Her camp is gracefully bent, her head is gracefully thrown back and her arms are spread apart, she is dancing. The princess is dressed in an emerald embroidered dress on the floor, under which a snow-white shirt is visible, and in her hand she holds a white air scarf.
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Description of the painting by Igor Grabar "Svetlana"

Igor Grabar was born in the family of a public figure, in the city. Due to an open conflict with the local authorities, the father of the future artist was forced to take his family to Russia. His father's social position allowed him to get a wonderful education: first, law, and then art at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts.
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Description of the painting by Dmitry Levitsky “Portrait of Dyakova”

“Portrait of Dyakova” is one of many portraits of Levitsky. Neglecting means of expressiveness such as background, elaborate clothes, or symbolic objects that give the picture a second or even a third semantic layer, he found the differences of the models in a barely noticeable turn of the head, in the inclination of the shoulder, in a smile or a serious look.
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Description of the painting by Titian Vecellio "Flora"

Around the painting "Flora" by the eminent Venetian artist of the era of the High or, in other words, the late Renaissance of Titian, disputes have not ceased for a long time. Initially, the authorship of this masterpiece was attributed to another well-known artist of the time, but then researchers agreed that the painting still belongs to the brush of Titian.
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Description of the painting by William Hogarth "Girl with Shrimp"

The painting by William Hogarth, “The Shrimp Girl,” stored in the National Gallery, is worthy of special admiration. It is a component of the cycle “The Adventure of the Hang”, where the author tried to display the modern image of the middle class. The picture was not completed by Hogarts entirely due to his imminent death.
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