Pimenov Yuri. New Moscow. Fine art print B3
Pimenov Yuri. New Moscow. Fine art print B3

Pimenov Yuri. New Moscow. Fine art print B3

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Author Yuri Pimenov (1903 -1977)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Paper type Linen, 230 g/m2
Museum of original From collection of the Tretyakov Gallery
Genres Cityscapes
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Publication size B3 (40x50 см)
Publication type Fine Art Print
Date of Origin 1937
Paper size (custom print) 40x50 см
Size of original, cm 140x170
ФI want to make lyrical artФ, - 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 розово-blue overflows of impressive-gentle colour (У New Moscow Ф, 1937). Then this already widely known composition the artist demonstratively will repeat in broken scenery and severe colour У of a Front road Ф (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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