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Description of the painting by Paul Cezanne “Bathers”

The painting “Bathers” is attributed to the synthetic period of the artist’s life, when he already revealed his style and began to actively develop it. At the beginning of his career, Cezanne did not seek to paint paintings in a traditional style, involving drawing and observation of nature. Being a bright and extraordinary nature, he wrote people and their passion, which was on the verge of dissonance with the whole world of nature, almost upsetting the balance.
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Description of the painting Sandro Botticelli "Flora"

"Flora" is a fragment of the famous canvas called "Spring", which was created by Botticelli in 1482. The source of inspiration for the painter was the work of Roman literature - the poems of Titus Lucretius and Ovid. According to the artist’s plan, the picture depicts a clearing. On the right, the god of the wind Zephyr (next to him there are trees without fruits), chased by Chloride and Flora, the goddess of flowers, are placed on it.
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Description of the painting Pablo Picasso “The Boy with the pipe”

A striking representative of the "pink period" of the work of the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso is the painting "Boy with a pipe." At the time of writing this canvas, the genius of the brush was only 24 years old; he wrote it in Montmarte, in the dormitory of Bato Lavoir, in 1905. In the picture you can see an unknown boy man holding a pipe in his left hand and wearing a crown of large bright roses on his head.
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