Crucifixion, or Hypercubic body - Salvador Dali. 194.5x124Painting by the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali (1904-1989) is full of dreams and "visions", but much of his art came from the mind, for example, the idea of depicting in the picture presented a scan of a hypercube instead of a cross. Thus, the artist confronts the clear geometric shape and suffering of Christ, emphasized by his arched body with a protruding chest.
The original espionage museum is located in Finland in the city of Tampere. It's funny that the bus number 7, which goes to the museum, was renamed 007 on the opening day, as the owner of the espionage museum, Teppo Turya, wanted to do. It should be noted that it turned out fun and interesting. And now let's find out what is inside the museum.
The woman at the flower vase is Edgar Degas. 73.7x92.7A light, imbued with a love of life mood, which is full of impressionist painting Edgar Degas, reigns in this picture. Usually, women play a leading role in his canvases, and here most of the flowers. The fact is that the work was first written as a still life, but then Degas added a human figure.
After the battle of Igor Svyatoslavich with the Polovtsy - Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov. 205x390 The outcome of a terrible battle with the Polovtsy - the plot of the picture Vasnetsov. They lie nearby, struck by wild Polovtsy. The bodies of Polovtsy and Rusich lie nearby. Death reconciled them, equalized, calmed, resolved all conflicts. Bloodied weapons wallow unnecessary, old.
In a brilliant cohort of Flemish painters, Peter Paul Rubens occupies a dominant position. This heyday was short-lived, but Rubens made it a real era of painting. Peter Paul Rubens was born in Germany in 1577 in the family of a Flemish lawyer who, for religious reasons, left his native Antwerp.
The province of the 1830s is Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinsky. 60x83.5 Mstislav Valeryanovich Dobuzhinsky (1875-1957) - one of the most outstanding artists of the early twentieth century, who worked mainly in the art of graphics. His work, like the rest of the participants in the Art World Art Association, is dedicated to the charm of the aesthetics and atmosphere of past eras.