Adoration of the Magi - Jacopo Bassano. 125x140Creativity of Jacopo Bassano continues the traditions of that direction of Venetian painting, which is marked by increased festivity. This line was developed by Gentile Bellini, Vittore Carpaccio, Titian and Paolo Veronese. In this picture, which the artist co-authored with his son Leandro, the plot itself helped to create a bright, polyphonic and at the same time lyrical in spirit canvas.
On the top of the mountain, which the Brazilians call Corcovado (Hunchback), over a picturesque bay and gorgeous beaches, the famous stadium and the great city of Rio de Janeiro, is one of the most famous sculptures on Earth. The Savior spread his arms over the city in a blessed impulse, as if trying to embrace the whole world under His feet.
In 1990, a museum of samovars was opened in the city of Tula. By visiting this museum you will learn about the history of the samovar, as well as how to make and drink tea using samovars. In the first room you can learn about the samovar production of the city of Tula in the 18-19 centuries. You can also find a rodent, a vessel that was used before the samovar to brew herbs and medicinal plants.
Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Hallett (Morning Walk) - Thomas Gainsborough. 2З6,2х179,1 The picture shows an elegant young couple walking along the road along the forest, and their faithful dog. William Hallett and Elizabeth Stephen, the names of the heroes, are 21 years old, and they intend to get married. The portrait was painted shortly before the wedding, in the summer of 1785.
Self portrait with Elena Fourman and son - Rubens. 203.8x158.1 Against the backdrop of the success of Flemish painting of the 16th century In 1630, at the age of fifty-three, the artist married seventeen-year-old Elena Fourman and moved to live in the village. Since then, his picturesque language has been enriched with new sensual lyricism, most fully expressed in the portraits of his wife and children.
Skating outside the city walls - Hendrick Barents Avercamp. 58x89.8Hendrick Barents, one of the largest Dutch painters of the Baroque era, went down in art history under the nickname Averkamp, which means "dumb from Kampen", he was really deaf. There is a certain pattern: the absence of one of the senses in a person often exacerbates another.