Each person came out of childhood. So the artist Bogdanov-Belsky, born and raised in the village, very fond of his fellow villagers, carried this love through his whole life. Many Bogdanov-Belsky was known precisely as a "village artist", but do not forget that the author was also famous a painter, one of the teachers of whom was Repin himself.
A magnificent overall painting “Dryad” or “Naked in the Forest”, Pablo Picasso painted in oil on canvas in his African period. African art has always attracted the artist. He admired the exhibits in museums, admired the unusual attractive power of the magic of sculptures, which were often crude, but very attractive.
The Negro, who was so different from Repin’s usual form of writing, was created by him in Paris under the influence of the works of the famous Fortune, whom the author adored. Repin did not try to imitate his idol, but at the same time, he stretched in his art for the inaccessibility of the sense of form, which was masterly owned by Fortune.
Kramskoy is a Russian artist who, of all genres, preferred genre and historical painting. Sometimes he painted portraits, criticized other people's paintings, tried to find such measures by which it would be possible to accurately determine the value of objects of art. He fiercely defended the idea that the artist should not just be an observer, but a teacher, and that the paintings should serve a greater purpose than simply reflecting reality.
Van Dyck gravitated to painting portraits, especially he loved to paint portraits exclusively of nobles, dignitaries. As for the portrait of Maria Louise de Tassis, it is the top of perfection. At the moment, in all of Europe, this particular female portrait is the most famous and popular. Turning directly to the portrait itself, one cannot fail to appreciate the filigree with which the master prescribes small details of the costume, jewelry and other things.
In 1889, then a little-known artist named Vincent, and by the name of Van Gogh, once during a hospital stay in a town called Saint-Remy, taking a canvas measuring 73 by 92 centimeters, he painted one of his most stunning, amazing paintings called “Starry Night ". Painted in the genre of landscape oil and related in style to post-impressionism, today it continues to inspire people of creativity and not only for feats in painting, literature and life.