Sick girl - Munch. 119.5x118.5 Sign work in the artist’s work. The author was reproached for incompleteness, outright neglect of the viewer. Absolutely everything was perceived negatively: composition, color, deliberate rudeness of the background. More than half a century passed before the art world appreciated this work.
Evening - Isaac Ilyich Levitan. 71 x 53 cm. In 1877, at the 5th exhibition of the Association of Wanderers, the young, novice artist Isaac Levitan submitted two of his works to the public for trial: “Sunny day. Of course, the paintings were not exhibited in the main hall, since Levitan was still completely unknown, but in a special student unit, which bore the fifth serial number.
Screaming Returning from the fields High in the mountains River landscape Norwegian artists Edward Munch Theodore Kittelsen Hans Dahl Fritz Taulov Christian Krog Lars HerterwigNikolay AstrupArbo Peter NikolayHans Fredrik Goode Adelsten Norman “Norwegian Fjord”, Eilertan Adelten Norman - Elertan Adelten Adensten Norman - Edelten Adelten Description
Spring in Italy - Isaac Ilyich Levitan. 19.5 x 32.5 cm. At the end of 1889, Isaac Levitan first went to Europe. As we recall, impressionism was moving confidently in Europe during this period. Isaac Ilyich was very lucky - just at that time the World Exhibition was held in Paris, at which all the achievements of modern art were presented.
The girl in the fjord is Hans Dahl. 46.5 x 31 cm Painting by Hans Andreas Dahl, son of the Norwegian artist Hans Dahl. Since the only teacher of the beginning master was his gifted father, the canvases of both artists are very similar in style and manner of writing, as well as in the motives used. This often causes confusion about authorship.
Strands - Diego Velazquez. 167 x 252 cm The picture was painted in the last years of the artist’s life and fully reflects his mature skill and ability to work with various techniques, reproduce the complex texture of materials. This is a multi-figure composition with two plans, which is very often found on the canvases of the artist.