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Description of the painting Henri Matisse "Self Portrait"

Founder of Fauvism and master of coloristics. This appears to the descendants of Henri Mattis. Later, ethnic motifs penetrated his art and dissolved, assimilated by the will of the master. The artist created his canvases in series. Several versions of the same work were written at once. The main themes of the work are dances, pastorals, still lifes, fabrics and landscapes outside the window.
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Description of the painting Amedeo Modigliani "Caryatid"

The Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani took up the history of art as an artist and became one of the creators of a special genre and style, in which there is craziness on the verge of reality. The image of caryatids, the maximum expression of which is in the Greek temple of Erechtheion, built back in the 5th century BC, very attracted the artist.
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Description of the painting by Jerome Bosch Xie Man

The painting by Jerome Bosch, written at the end of the 15th century, opens up a mise-en-scene for the spectator to meet Jesus Christ and Pontius Pilate in the face of a raging crowd. Jesus is depicted as haggard and crippled by the whip of the whip, and with a crown of thorns on his head. A crowd demanding execution for a “false prophet”, in Bosch’s view, was supposed to represent one large, many-headed, evil and ugly monster with dull faces and senseless looks, looking , besides, like an idle carnival beau monde.
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Description of the painting by Peter Brueghel "The Nest Destroyer"

The artist began his career as a graphic artist. The clarity of lines and the sharpness of the stroke are preserved and are visible in all his paintings. Interest in the ordinary life of rural and urban residents resulted in a series of works where the main place is given to the nature and everyday life of rural residents. The master is interested in the dynamics of movements, and the faces are either not drawn or turned away from the viewer.
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Description of the painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Child with a Knout"

Pierre Auguste Renoir painted his painting “A Child with a Knout” in 1885, at a time when he himself was already 44 years old. At that time, the artist was already an accomplished painter, his paintings were widely known, and everyone recognized his talent. It is interesting that venerable artists either did not paint children's portraits at all, or their paintings showed reduced adults, without revealing the rich and peculiar world of the child.
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Description of the painting by Semyon Chuykov “Work”

Chuikov depicted Kyrgyz pastures and villages. The heroes of his paintings were simple shepherds, children and impressive slim women with dark skin. The painter depicted his native places. In each of his creations, Chuikov sought to maximize the specific nature of Kyrgyzstan. He was interested in a special originality of life.
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