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Portrait of Tretyakov, Repin, 1883

Portrait of Pavel Mikhailovich Tretyakov - Ilya Efimovich Repin. 98x75.8Portret Tretyakova amazingly simple and deep. Repin perfectly managed to convey the deep and complex character of his hero. A high forehead, sad dark eyes, a perfectly straight nose, a well-groomed beard ... Before us is more a philosopher-thinker than an entrepreneur.
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Landscape with the Penitent Mary Magdalene, Claude Lorren

Landscape with the penitent Mary Magdalene - Claude Lorren. 162x241 Claude Lorrain (1600-1682) - the famous French landscape painter, painter and engraver of the XVII century, one of the founders of European classicism. The real name of the artist is Claude Jelly. “Landscape by the penitent of Mary Magdalene” is a great example of the artist’s creative search.
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Immaculate Conception, Francisco de Zurbaran - description of the painting

Immaculate Conception - Francisco de Zurbaran. 128x89Creating the "abstract" image of the Virgin Mary, the great Spaniard Francisco de Zurbaran, being a true Catholic, strove for simplicity and expressiveness, naturalness and unambiguity, not forgetting the aesthetic component. The idea of ​​the master is simple and ambiguous at the same time - we have before us Mary, the future mother of Christ the Savior, but with the appearance of a simple Spanish girl, a little angular and modest.
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Garden of Earthly Delights, Jerome Bosch

Garden of Earthly Delights - Jerome Bosch. 220x389The most famous work of Bosch (c. 1460-1516) is striking in its colorfulness. The painting, populated by people and fantastic creatures, combines erotic, alchemical and Christian allegories. On the left side of the triptych is represented Paradise, on the right Hell, in the center is a garden of delights.
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Portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne, Amadeo Modigliani, 1919

Portrait of Jeanne Hebuterne - Amadeo Modigliani. 91.4x73 The artist and companion of her life, Jeanne Hébuterne Amadeo Modigliani (1884-1920) often painted, portraying her with her head slightly bowed, emphasizing the thin elongated features of her face, her flexible figure and filling her eyes with even blue eyes. But at the same time, each portrait of Jeanne in composition, surroundings and color is a completely new work, expressing such an astonishment of the artist by his beloved, as if he were drawing it for the first time.
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