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Description of the painting by Vladimir Pchelin "Sea"


The described picture was created by Bee. She is a vivid example of the artist Pchelin. The author of the reproduction managed to convey in the best way the harmony of nature. He paid particular attention to bright and light effects.

The seascape performed by Bee is very simple and concise. The main goal of the artist was to show the "life" of nature, which is in contact with people. "Sea" can not leave anyone indifferent. It is in this picture that it is difficult not to notice the beautiful light in combination with clean air and an immense space.

The atmosphere has a peaceful shower. This was the key point in the picture. The water is still motionless in places, and in some places there is a slight breeze that gives contrast and harmony to the plot.

The artist tried to portray the sky brighter than the water in the sea. Although you can watch with naked eyes the places where the sky and the sea merge together. As in many other Bee paintings, the sky is an integral part of the landscape. Admiration is caused by skillful color transitions and blurring edges between the elements of the picture.

The canvas, like any other landscape of the author, is able to pacify anyone. One gets the impression by looking at the picture that the sound of water is heard, the surface of the water is felt. Of course, the breeze brought the coolness that is needed in hot weather.

The author of a work of art as if merged with the seas and felt it completely. The picture was painted with tremendous accuracy. A lot has been said about the realism of the plot. No one will argue that the author really saw and was in that place on the sea, which he depicted.

The clouds are incredibly beautiful in shape. They are unlikely to split in the future. Light, as if through impenetrable clouds, is trying to illuminate the canvas. The life of clouds does not obey either time or space.





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