Description of the painting Arkady Plastov "Summer"

Description of the painting Arkady Plastov

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The painting was painted by the artist in the fifties of the last century. It depicts nature in the colors of a summer day. The canvas shows not only the sun and heat, but a great time to harvest the forest: berries, mushrooms. In the foreground of the picture, the author depicted a girl and a woman who, exhausted from the heat, settled down to rest under birches.

The woman fell asleep for a while in the coolness of the shadow, hiding behind her hand. And the girl sits with her legs stretched out in front of her, on which she placed a small mug of water poured from a jug. She is dressed in a simple peasant dress, her head tied with a scarf. Next to the girl and the woman are two full baskets of mushrooms. The green, tall, arable and juicy grass serves as a feather bed for them to rest. Two weeping birches bent their branches above their heads, covering them from a hot and sultry day.

In the depths of the canvas, the bright and burning sun shines in the clearing. The whole picture is filled with light, and the sun's rays, the green of summer, the shadow of birches evoke a good and good mood. The girl, most likely, sadly thinks about the upcoming path home and she does not want to leave this amazing meadow filled with flowers and birdsong. And at the same time, she was very glad that she was such a good assistant to her mother, because together they managed to collect a lot of mushrooms that will go to winter supplies.

Near the girl quietly settled her dog, reddish with black tan. He, too, was tired and lay down to rest, resting his head on his forepaws with drooping ears and closing his eyes. He was a faithful traveler and his protection in the forest.

The whole picture is filled with silence, kindness and peace, which leave the viewer with the most positive and wonderful impression of what he saw. Involuntarily he wants to look into the clearing, sit on the green grass and breathe in the smell of the summer forest.

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