Polenov Vasily. Grandmother's Garden. Fine art print B2
The considerable role in composition of a picture is played by the architecture. The classic forms(shapes) of a representative Moscow private residence with under front and made by ornaments above windows are transferred by the artist very precisely. As the costumes of two women - dark brown salop and white hat of a beginning XIX of century on old woman and pink dress, sewed on a mode of the end 1870 years, on the girl are exact. They slowly go till the lighted sun to a yellow track of a garden, and on the house behind of them there are reflexes pink and brown, as though the hidden threads were extended from an old house to its owners. Growing garden by links almost closely rises to female figures. The artist gives the whole spectrum of obvious and latent colour and semantic roll-calls between greens of trees, scrubs, grass, thin floppy stalks of colours and female figures, their faces, bearing, clothes(clothing). In the total, Polenov has created one of most beautiful on painting landscapes of mood. In BabuskinТs garden the artist transmits that condition of lyrical contemplation, mood of melancholy on past, on lost, which one has gained the special distribution(propagation) in Russian painting 1890 years.
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Agni Publishing House (Samara, Russia), Nicholas Roerich Museum (New York) and Fine Arts Academy Gallery (Moscow, Russia) have published a unique album, dedicated to the pictorial heritage of Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947).
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