Many Renaissance artists depicted the image of St. Catherine. The well-known Italian craftsman Raphael, who depicted the Christian martyr St. Catherine, who leaned on a wheel, was no exception. The canvas was allegedly created in 1507, when Rafael decided to move from Florence to Rome.
The Last Supper is a fresco by Leonardo De Vinci, which is presented in the form of a scene of the last supper of Christ surrounded by his disciples. The artist created it in the years 1495-1498 in a monastery called "Santa Maria" located in Milan. This work is traditional enough for that era. It is located in the refectory of the monastery.
The master depicts one of the summer evenings in the picture. On the canvas, you can watch the girls returning home after mowing. Summer is the most important time of the year for these people, because wintering directly depends on how well the work in haymaking will be done in the summer. Women are visible in the picture, some of them are clearly already aged, but this is not accidental.
Van Gogh, a little more than two weeks before he lost his life with a revolver, painted the picture “Crows in a Wheat Field”. The canvas was completed in July 1890. This work of painting was the last painted picture of the artist, although many researchers do not agree with this. Vincent so tragically passed away through unsolved problems with his family and finances.
Even the very first paintings of the young artist Nikolai Krymov made it clear that a city dweller burst into the Russian landscape, who, like no other, can truly appreciate the beauty of nature among urban houses and feel the power of outer space amidst mortal fuss and noise. the city exhibition, the teacher of the art class liked the professor so much that he acquired a painting.
The canvas of everyday nature "The Celebration of the Wedding Contract" was written in 1777 by Mikhail Shibanov. Thematically, the picture for Russia of that century was extremely unusual. Most of the creations were then written on heroic or mythical subjects. But it was the appeal to the life of a simple person that attracted the attention of art critics and critics.