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Description of the painting by Timofei Neff “Dreaming”

The famous artist Neff introduced to the world the sophisticated beauty of the young ladies of that era who demonstrated and posed for the artist. Neff's genre theme - images of beauties. If you consider his work, you can find many works on which beautiful and young girls flaunt. However, the work "Dreaming" has a special place in art.
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Description of the paintings by Henri Matisse “Open Window”

The artist often used his favorite technique - the image of an open door or window. This helped him to build the very composition of the future picture. All the beauty of the Mediterranean managed to convey beautiful tones. The picture is as if written in sloppy technique, here we will not find any smooth transitions and halftones.
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Description of the painting by Pavel Nikonov “Our everyday life”

Painting Our everyday life is the first and most significant work of Pavel Nikonov. The work was written in 1960, at a time when it was customary to connect the name of Stalin with all the troubles of the country in the past, when the construction of communism was in full swing and the Soviet people believed that happiness was in the everyday life that surrounded them.
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Description of the painting by Jan van Eyck “Portrait of the Four Arnolfini”

Jan van Eyck portrayed the Arnolfini family at the time of the marriage, the plot of the household. A man and a woman are standing opposite each other, a little turned to the artist. The situation in the room is home, there are slippers, a small dog runs around the house. The painter displayed the room unusually, a view from above. The hands of the characters are connected, this gesture looks ritual, more like a given, and not as a manifestation of tenderness and love.
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Description of the painting by Marc Chagall “Vitebsk, Market Square”

The painting "Vitebsk, Market Square" was painted by artist M. Chagall in 1917. The master of paints decided to devote the creation to his beloved city and painted on canvas his largest market square with bright signs that attract passers-by and uneven buildings.The author used bright colors and his own unique style, writing out every element of the everyday scene that anyone can witness.
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