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Description of the painting by Mikhail Vrubel "Lilac"



The artist’s love for nature allows you to convey through his brushes the unique beauty of lilac inflorescences. Lush and dense clusters on a lilac bush, blooming in full force, combine overflows of purple lights and snow-white shades. They are filled with the warmth of light, life lives in them and it seems that taking a deep breath, you can feel their fragrance. Elements of thickets of flowers and herbs are very beautifully and quite prosaic, using subtle and sophisticated details. The artist emphasizes the importance of nature for man - depicting lilac on most of the canvas.

Lilac bushes densely filled the space of the picture, giving the impression of prostration far beyond the borders of the picture. The lilac depicted is very lively, it "breathes," as it were, either arising from the total mass of greenery, then thickening in the elements of the inflorescence.
The main feature of the picture is a female silhouette, bearing the creation or birth of something human. The shapes can distinguish the silhouette of a young girl, but there are no clear lines between the background and the figure. The image is rather unclear, very simple, her figure is hidden by the artist behind her loose long thick hair of dark color.

Perhaps, the twilight time, approaching the night, in order to preserve the mystery of the girl's image, were specially selected for this image. A girl with a fragile figure, like a fairy who hides from the eyes of a person in lilac color, or maybe she is the soul of this lilac. The clothes on her look like a dark spot, she is not detailed, in the form of a spacious hoodie. Her image appears to emerge from the kingdom of nature.

Looking at the picture, one can enjoy and admire the beauty of nature, penetrate the depths of the mystery of spirits. Peering into the beauty of lilacs and the image of a girl you understand how everything is interconnected here, and it becomes very unfortunate that beauty is not eternal.





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