Creativity of Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky is an element of professionalism. The artist is a representative of several of the most famous graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts, such as Florentine and Amsterdam. During his career, the artist founded the Museum of Antiquity.
The paintings of Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky brought great fame. And it is no coincidence, because he was not just an artist, but above all, a patriot. Representing the picture, the artist glorified Russia with every wave of his brush, thereby confirming that he was a real Citizen of his Fatherland.
Many paintings depict the hometown of Feodosia, namely the incomparable beauty of the sea coast, whether it is calm or raging, often entering into an unequal struggle with man.
Aivazovsky was engaged not only in painting, but also took part in hostilities that took place on the Crimean coast. So the famous painting "Landing in Subashi" was created. The sea coast of the Subashi Valley reflects the still undisturbed calm of the soldiers.
The calm expanse of the sea captivates with its beauty, equanimity, which prepares a formidable squadron of fifteen ships for the battle for their city. In this valley landing also landed. The palette of colorful colors is visible on the canvas with the naked eye, it seems that the viewer is at the center of these events. Huge ships lined up, and are preparing for the next attack of the enemy. The view of the sea is simply irresistible.
Ivan Aivazovsky was very fond of his homeland. In every painting he wrote, he glorified the victory of the Russian fleet over his enemy. Both the painting "Landing in Subashi" and other paintings testify to the glorious defenders and invincible strength of the navy of the Russian sailors who are ready to fight for their homeland until the last battle.
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