Vasily Tropinin was engaged in painting portraits in a variety of genres, which could be completely different from each other. But most of the contemporaries of the artist and connoisseurs of his work are most fond of portraits in which the author depicts the image of a guitarist. One of these paintings will be discussed.
The painting “Night Watch” was painted by the Dutch artist, Rembrandt Harmenszoon Van Reim in 1642. In the 18th century, the canvas was cut from all sides so that it could fit in the hall. The time of day in the picture is evening or night. Behind the heroes' backs is a wall with a semicircular arch, and behind it a dark void. Concave columns, rims and piers adorn the wall.
Marc Chagall the famous artist and graphic artist was born in Vitebsk into a simple Jewish family, this is his pseudonym, his real name is Moisha Segal. He wrote in different styles and genres, trying to show the world from different angles. Joy, sadness, despondency, freedom, reason, madness, etc., all his work is endowed with. Sometimes, a mixture of feelings on the canvas splashes over the edge.
This picture is simply replete with a large number of images of people on it. The main number of people are ordinary children who amuse themselves, throwing paper ships through puddles of meltwater, and rushing with yelling screaming around. In some places, as we see, the snow has not melted yet, therefore, children have the opportunity to ride sleds, although it’s unlikely to play snowballs anymore, as soon as you grab it in your hands, it melts right before your eyes.
Admirers of his work were already accustomed to his unusually colorful panels, but here the landscape is extremely beautiful. Poppy is a flower of sleep and love. Its scarlet color always tells us about the brightness and fleetingness of love and its rapid flight in human life. And the fact that poppy is able to euthanize consciousness has been known since ancient times.
Pablo Picasso was never considered a devout person or took an excessively religious position, but despite this, after receiving an order to paint several paintings for the convent, he performed them as if he had lived all his life in the monastery, transferring all his energy to the canvas. In order to paint the painting “First Communion”, the master needed to collect a large number of church interior items, clothes and other equipment in his workshop.