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Description of Alfons Mucha's painting Autumn

The fly was one of the most famous modernists - that is, of those who believed that art should be indivisible and proportionate. Widely applying its applied areas - embroidery, bead weaving, painting on fabric - the modernists sought to create the most complete and lively image perceived by them reality.
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Description of the painting by John Millet “Ophelia”

John Millet took the plot from Hamlet as the basis for his film Ophelia: the girl, having learned about the death of her father at the hands of her lover, committed suicide. Here she is depicted precisely at the moment when she fell into the waters of the river. Her mouth is ajar: the girl sings woeful songs. She spread her arms to the sides, her eyes rest on the sky - because of this, many relate her pose to the crucified Christ.
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Description of the painting by Isaac Levitan “Summer”

The image of a light forest landscape familiar to Levitan. Nature, the Russian forest - from childhood, an image familiar to the viewer. Over the years, the nature of Russia does not change much. There are also such forests in our villages: with wide, untracked meadows of wildflowers, with uncut tall trees, which are full of mushrooms and berries.
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Description of the painting Arkady Rylov "House with a red roof"

The picture of the famous artist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries Arkady Rylov “A house with a red roof” is incredibly festive and emotional. Rylov's canvases are distinguished by their brightness and originality. His landscapes, including “Green Noise”, “Autumn Landscape” and others, convey the pristine beauty of nature in Central Russia.
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Description of the painting by Karl Bryullov “The Horsewoman”

“The Horsewoman” is a painting by the Russian artist Karl Bryullov, painted in 1832 at the request of Countess Julia Samoilova. Even on the dog’s collar, the artist depicted the name of the Samoilovs. The painting was first exhibited in 1832 at the Brera Gallery in Milan. Further, the canvas was at the Countess's own until its ruin in 1972, when the painting was sold.
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