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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "Dovetail"

For all art lovers, Dali is associated with abstractionism, and his next painting, entitled “Dovetail”, is no exception. The artist again uses the allegorical genre to convey his idea, emotions and feelings to the canvas. The canvas is painted in oil and it is noteworthy because it is not only one of Dali’s unique masterpieces, but also because it was the last painting written great artist.
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Description of the painting Konstantin Korovin "Spring"

Konstantin Korovin is a Russian artist who is considered one of the fathers of impressionism in Russia. He, like Nesterov and Levitan, created vivid, colorful landscapes that easily competed with ordinary everyday scenes and gloomy portraits. His work is still considered a masterpiece. After all, it was not in vain that he was a favorite of Savrasov at the School of Painting.
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Description of the painting by Pierre Renoir "Girls in Black"

The scope of imagination, the grace of the models and the sad kind look of one of them on you and me. This is a painting by Renoir "Girls in Black." And why in black? It may be some kind of uniform for a female gymnasium, or these girls are present at the funeral and therefore black. Although no, it seems they are not at the funeral service, but somewhere in a restaurant.
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Description of the painting by Irina Shevandronova “In the rural library”

The end of the 50s of the last century, winter in the Soviet village and the most treasured place for children is the village library. It is warm, cozy, interesting, and this is their favorite place. The painting “In the Rural Library” by the young artist I. Shevondronova was written as a thesis, but this did not prevent her from becoming one of the best in Soviet painting of the 50s of the 20th century its genre.
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Description of the painting by Peter Paul Rubens "The Caledonian Wild Boar Hunt"

Or else this picture is called "The Caledonian Boar". This plot from Greek mythology inspired Rubens to write 4 canvases of a similar scene of hunting for a wild boar, from various angles and at different moments of the hunt. The Kalidon boar, a huge, ferocious and terrible beast, was the son of a Cromion pig. The name is associated with the town of Crommion, where the pig went on a rampage, destroying crops and killing ordinary people.
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