Pimenov Yuri. New Moscow. Art print on canvas
Pimenov Yuri. New Moscow. Art print on canvas

Pimenov Yuri. New Moscow. Art print on canvas

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Author Yuri Pimenov (1903 -1977)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Museum of original Tretyakov Gallery
Genres Cityscapes
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Date of Origin 1937
Size of original, cm 140x170
I want to make lyrical art, - it(he) declares. Mild, light paints writes a nape of the girl, its(her) arm on a rim of the opened machine, for a windscreen - all in -blue overflows of impressive-gentle colour ( New Moscow , 1937). Then this already widely known composition the artist demonstratively will repeat in broken scenery and severe colour of a Front road (1944).
Genre of the lyrical reporting, sentimental enjoing by celebratory vanity of a urban household activities up to the end of life by elements Oimenov will stay. Main for him a subject of supervision and poetry - new quarters, ambient Moscow. He admires them non-finished and temporary, yet not arranged household activities.

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