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Description of the painting by Mikhail Nesterov "The Bride of Christ"

“The Bride of Christ” is the first of Nesterov’s paintings, which he considered to be the work that opened up his creative path. In it, in the first, a living soul, suffering, and an idea are reflected - all that without which there is no genuine art. It was created under sad circumstances for the artist. His wife Maria died, she was only twenty-five years old.
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Description of the painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo “Flora”

A human portrait made up of flowers - this is how Giuseppe Archimboldo's work, entitled Flora, can be described. The face and collar are made of buds and petals, and the clothes themselves are made of falling leaves. On the head is a bright wreath in the center of which is a red lily. From the collar, in its lower part, a yellow lily peeps out like a flashlight.
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Description of the painting by Konstantin Makovsky “Children running from a thunderstorm”

The painting depicts children who decided to go for mushrooms, but they suddenly overtook a thunderstorm. The picture is large in terms of parameters, however, it simply will not be possible to describe it with a large number of words. But it’s not a natural phenomenon, but children, rather their emotions and feelings, their fear and desire to find a shelter or haven to avoid rain.
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Description of the painting Tintoretto "The Miracle of St. Mark"

The picture depicts the phenomenon of a miracle. When the early Christians spread their faith around the world, it often happened that the Gentiles did not want to listen to them. So one of the young apostles fell into the hands of a cruel king, who laughed at him and sentenced him to a quarter. However, when they undertook to carry out the sentence, it turned out that the body of the young man became invulnerable to axes and the executioners believed in fright.
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Description of Anthony Van Dyck's Self Portrait

One of the Hermitage’s best paintings, Van Dyck’s self-portrait, shows us an artist in a creative, uninhibited person who makes a living impression of embodied art, a little rebellious, out of a series of everyday images, and it is through this especially attractive. The aristocratic appearance is emphasized by the masterful play of light making pale skin with the dignity inherent in the embodiment of a thin nature, sensitive and therefore sensual, emotionally elevated and therefore deep.
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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "The Boat"

The Spanish famous artist Salvador Dali was born in 1904. Possessing an extraordinary gift for drawing, he began to attend the municipal art school in fine arts. One of the artist's early works is the painting “The Boat”, painted by him at the age. Dali spends most of his youth in a family house near the sea with a port in Cadaqués.
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