Tropinin Vasily. The Lacemaker. Fine art print B3
The picture У The lace-makerФ brought Tropin glory of the foreman of female images. The picture it so has liked, that the artist had to repeat it 7 times (you see then yet did not know how to do of reproductions).
The pretty girl, making laces, is figured in that moment, when she on instant has torn off activity and has addressed by a view to the spectator, which one thus appears is involved in space of a picture. Carefully and with love the box for needlework is written picture Ч laces. The feel of rest and cosiness created Tropin, convinces of value of each instant of daily human life. The aesthetic tastes of epoch in this case happily have coincided with features of talent of the artist, poeticaly perceiving life.
The images nand makers 1820 Ч 1830 years testify to changes of aircraft attitude of an art fashion of Tropin. From picturesque style of early activities he comes to linearly - plastic, with more legible contour and body imposing of paints. The picturesque invoice gains density. Small-sized, densely trusted to paints do pictures similar to a miniature in engineering of an enamel. У The lace-makerФ is made in the refined gamma of голубовато-grayish tones.
The subject of needlework mirrors a mentality of epoch Ч spirit of intimacy, home household activities, the pleasures of daily life and transactions become carrying on in genre painting
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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).
Will be available on the second volume of a unique publication dedicated to the works of Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947).
The album was released by the publishing house "Agni" (Samara), with active cooperation of the Nicholas Roerich Museum in New York, as well as the Moscow Gallery Fine Arts Academy and the St. Petersburg State Museum and Institute of the Roerich Family.