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“Anxiety, Edward Munch” - description of the painting

Anxiety - Edward Munch. 94 x 74 cm.The dramatic, hectic mood of the paintings by Edward Munch is due to his difficult fate. The upheaval that befell this talented person formed his character, which could neither affect the plot outline of future works. When the boy was five years old, his mother died, and a year later, tuberculosis ended the life of his sister.
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"Isabella", John Everett Millet - description of the painting

Isabella - John Everett Millet. 103 x 142.8 cm John Everett Millet depicted the sad story of Isabella after joining the Brotherhood of the Pre-Raphaelites. Proclaiming a spiritual affinity for the artists of the early Renaissance, the Pre-Raphaelites fought against academicity and imitation of classical models. The story of the unfortunate love of Isabella and poor Lorenzo, Millet took from John Keats, and the latter drew it from the “Decameron” Boccaccio.
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“Philosopher by the light of a lamp”, Joseph Wright - description of the painting

The philosopher by the light of the lamp is Joseph Wright. 128.2 x 102.9 cm Each painting by Joseph Wright is a fascinating story, mysterious and attractive. Either the unusual nature of the plot “catches” the viewer, or the lighting effects, however, one wants to look at any of his paintings for a long time, sorting out the details. The night entourage is Wright's signature print.
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“At the concert”, Honore Daumier - description of the painting

At the concert - Honore Daumier. 1856 In addition to sharp burning topical caricatures, Daumier created more calm plots. One of Daumier’s most interesting works is the painting “At the Concert”, painted in oil, but in the author’s familiar “caricature” technique. All the same quick and energetic manner of writing, a clear line, attention to detail.
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