Pine forest - Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin. 1889 In the picture we see a corner of a pine forest covered with the summer sun. The whole picture is filled with a pine smell, special coniferous vigor and silence. Nothing violates the forest dormancy in the morning (shadows in the sand indicate that it is morning). Apparently, we have before us one of the suburbs of St. Petersburg, where the artist so often found plots for his work.
Woman weighing pearls - Jan Vermeer Delft. 39.7x35.5 The Dutchman Vermeer is one of the most mysterious painters in the history of European art, mentioned only three times in his lifetime documents. About 40 paintings are attributed to him, most of which he did not sell or preferred to keep.
For tourists arriving in Verona, the first thing I want to do is visit a museum called "Juliet's House." The house in which the museum has been located for more than 700 years, and it became the "House of Juliet" only in the 20th century. This is the same house in which the Capello family lived (Shakespeare gave them the name Capulet), and which is described in great detail in Shakespeare's work.
This incredible and interesting museum dedicated to aviation was opened by Edward T. At that time, Southern California was the world's largest manufacturer of commercial aircraft. Conveyor, Woolty, Lockheed, Douglas, North American, and many other small companies were located in this region.
Self portrait in a red cloak - Alexander Osipovich Orlovsky. 40.5x51.3 The image created by the remarkable Russian artist A. Orlovsky, a participant in the Polish uprising in Self-Portrait, is an ideal personality of the romantic era: a person overwhelmed by passions, whose thoughts and imagination create a new world. The creator, whether it be a poet or an artist endowed with a special gift from above to see and feel, is hidden from others, was perceived akin to the Demiurge.
Self-portrait at the age of 58 - Anton Graf. 168x105 Anton Graf (1736-1813) is a great German portrait painter with Swiss roots. Naturally, many works fell into the Dresden Gallery. The textbook images of the figures of the German culture of the 18th century - Lessing, Herder, Schiller, Gluck, Khodovetsky, Kleist - are the works of Graf.