Olympia - the sanctuary of Hellas (part 3)
The sculptor shows the moment before the start of the competition. Heroes are presented before the main events unfold. In each image, the outcome of this drama is read. Researchers…

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Egyptian ostracons (part 3)
Ostracons often go beyond traditional motives. Among them there are drawings of a parody and satirical character. A number of plots, in which parallels to fables are guessed, are almost…

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Venice School of Painting (part 4)
The art of Giorgione was a real revolution in Venetian painting, had a huge impact on contemporaries, including Titian, whose work the readers of the magazine already had the opportunity…

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later paintings

Syrian landscapes (part 3)

The main advantage of the work lies in color harmony, lighting features, characteristic of the second half of the day, when the sun from the zenith begins to decline. The brown flat walls of buildings with a fancy play of yellow and white spots laid on the canvas broadly and softly are masterfully conveyed. Only under balconies and in the depths of door and window openings appear blue and green shades, reviving the range of the landscape. The right part is painted in warm colors of a gradually fading light. The left side is colder, it is designed in blue, blue and slightly whitened colors. Continue reading

Brotherhood of the Pre-Raphaelites (part 3)

The first works with the mysterious monogram “PRB” appeared at exhibitions only in 1849. These were Lorenzo and Isabella by Milles, The Virginity of Mary by Rossetti, and Rienzi Hunt. The last picture is inspired by the novel of the same name by Bulwer-Lytton. Its full name: “Rienzi over the body of a murdered brother takes an oath to take revenge on tyrants.” Hunt chose this topic after the April beating of the Chartists, which he turned out to be an eyewitness, which made a huge impression on him. Continue reading

Venice School of Painting (part 1)
The legacy of the Venetian school of painting is one of the brightest pages in the history of the Italian Renaissance. The “Pearl of the Adriatic,” a bizarrely picturesque city…

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Brotherhood of the Pre-Raphaelites (part 1)
For a correct understanding of the movement of the Pre-Raphaelites, it is necessary to identify the difference between its individual stages, stretching over several decades. It should be noted that…

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Brotherhood of the Pre-Raphaelites (part 2)
The very name of the fraternity seemed to imply recognition of the art of Raphael's predecessors and a denial of himself. But this is not so. The picturesque achievements of…

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Indian art products
The creation of artistically designed household items is one of the oldest forms of art in India. Its effect is powerful, because it brings a huge aesthetic joy to a…

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