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Description of the painting by Peter Rubens “The Court of Paris”

Rubens wrote a number of magnificent paintings on this popular story from ancient times. Why was he attracted to this topic? The artist liked that it was possible to portray naked female bodies against a grandiose backdrop of a magnificent landscape. We see Paris. He is dressed in a traditional shepherd outfit. He carefully examines the three beauties.
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Description of the painting by Andrei Krasnoselsky Grandma's tales

Andrei Andreyevich Krasnoselsky's painting “Grandmother's Tales” was written in 1866 and is dedicated to the pastors of an ordinary bourgeois evening of a provincial family from an unnamed city. In the center of the exhibition is a living room in which you can count five children, a young woman (apparently their mother) and a grandmother telling them a fairy tale.
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Description of the painting Pablo Picasso Tragedy

The picture "Tragedy" can be attributed to the number of the most famous works of Pvblo Picasso. This work is one of the brightest in the "blue" period. The work is one of the best achievements of the “blue” period. Picasso wrote this work during the period of depression, when tragedy, sadness and pain prevailed in his works.
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Description of the painting Jacopo Tintoretto "Paradise"

Work "Paradise" is the largest canvas in the world. It is impossible to imagine that such a large-scale plan of the artist could be embodied in a smaller size. Tintoretto portrayed real people and angels on the canvas. The foreground of the picture is people, and the angels are in the sunshine. A radiant center scatters the sun's rays around, forming a golden glow.
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Description of the painting of Leon (Leo) Bakst “Young Boeotian”

Leon Bakst created a sketch of the costume “Young Boeotian” for the ballet performance of N. N. Cherepnin “Narcissus” in 1911. The work was done with pencil and watercolors on paper at the top. In the movement of the dance, a young dancer bursts into the canvas, filling with himself and his energy all the space. Flexible lines, a soft, wide trace of a pencil and a shadow pattern emphasize the rhythm and flight of the ancient Greek.
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Description of the painting by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio "Dinner at Emmaus"

In the period from 1599 to 1606, the painter Caravaggio painted two paintings on the same gospel story - after the resurrection, Jesus appears to two disciples. Cleopas and another man, whose name is unknown, after the execution of the teacher of Christ were sent from Jerusalem to the town of Emmaus. On the way, the students of the mysterious traveler met, talking with him about recent sensational events.
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