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Venus in front of the mirror, Titian Vecellio

Venus in front of the mirror - Titian Vecellio. 124.5x105.5 The creation of Titian, the greatest Venetian artist, is one of the peaks of Italian painting of the 16th century. The master created many portraits, he also painted pictures on mythological subjects. Titian often portrayed the goddess of love, all these works are permeated with sensuality, which increased over time.
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Gallery of Modern Art in Milan

In 1868, the city of Milan inherited a magnificent collection of paintings and sculptures by the Marquises of Folliani. designed by Leopoldo Pollack, a well-known architect in those days, who in itself is considered in Milan to be one of the greatest masterpieces of the classicism era. In the future, the villa was replaced by more than one owner, until in 1920.
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The burning of the Protopope Avvakum, the Meat-eaters, 1897

The burning of the Protopope Avvakum - Grigory Grigoryevich Myasoedov. 67.5x103.5 The artist executed the terrible execution. Pustozersk (the place of execution) is a small northern town. Residents of all classes gathered to look at the execution. The languages ​​of flame approach the figures of the doomed. Heavy yellowish smoke rises. Two are tied to the pillars.
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The Annunciation, Sandro Botticelli, 1485 - description of the painting

The Annunciation - Sandro Botticelli. 19.1x31.4 Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) worked during the transition from the quattrocento to the High Renaissance, but in his art there is little joy in the first and breathtaking greatness of the second. The artist in general has everything special - figures and faces, lines and shapes, even the law of universal gravitation has his own: his characters always soar slightly above the ground.
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The Resurrection of Jairus Daughter, 1947, Stanley Spencer

The Resurrection of Jairus' Daughter - Stanley Spencer. 1947 This painting, painted in oil in 1947, is typical of Spencer, who knows how to identify the religious background of what is happening in the most ordinary surroundings of the modern small town of England. Through the window it is clearly visible how Christ lifts Jairus' dead daughter out of bed.
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