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Description of the painting by Konstantin Korovin “Roses in blue jugs”


The painting "Roses in Blue Jugs" is the most famous of a series of paintings dedicated to the rose. In total, the artist created more than 20 still lifes on this subject. The inspiration for writing a still life was the abundance and beauty of rose gardens in Crimean Gurfuz. Arriving at the Gurfuz cottage, Konstantin Alekseevich brought with him his collection of vases and jugs. Already, being keen on writing floral still lifes, Korovin believed that a certain vessel should be selected for each bouquet. Konstantin Alekseevich treated bouquets as a piece of music for the eyes. According to the artist, the bouquet should sound, but for this you need to choose a vase for him well. For each of his work Konstantin independently composed bouquets.

"Roses in Blue Jugs" was written in 1917. This picture is amazing, it is impossible not to stop before it. Still life as if filled with sunlight. Roses look spectacular and luxurious. The picture represents a real hymn to life and happiness. The technique of the author of the painting is amazing with the scope of the brush. Rose - is a symbol of love. Each brushstroke conveys the sensuality of the author and temperament. Looking at the canvas, one can understand without even reading the signature that the picture was painted by a man, cheerful and loving. The picture depicts not just flowers as an interior decoration, but flowers that embody feelings, bouquets, like a melody of love. All this can be understood by paying attention to clear, accurate and sweeping brush strokes, a combination of colors.

The image lacks the plot of the picture, which emphasizes the individuality and beauty of the roses depicted on it. Korovin always liked to amaze the viewer with aesthetics and beauty. In his still life, Konstantin depicts not only flowers, but also various objects, such as jugs, a dish with apples. These objects add special significance to the image, a certain intimacy of the situation.





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