Levitan Isaac. Peaceful Abode. Art print on canvas
Levitan Isaac. Peaceful Abode. Art print on canvas

Levitan Isaac. Peaceful Abode. Art print on canvas

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Author Isaac Levitan (1860 -1900)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Museum of original Tretyakov Gallery
Genres Landscapes
Epochs Art of the 19th centuries
Date of Origin 1890
Size of original, cm 87.5x108
In the picture Quiet cloister immovable of air, rest of the nature were embodied in is unusual thin tints and relationships of colour. A realistic plastic reached here perfection. In this picture the painting of Levitan found noncomparable quality - fidelity of reproduction of a subject world, air environment, shadows colour. The shadows from trees are trusted to irreproachably correctly. They are dispossessed degrees of approximation. The accuracy of transferred intensity of illumination, tone, figure, colour gives painting of Levitan entirety art explanations.

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Levitan Isaac. Peaceful Abode. Fine art postcard A6
Levitan Isaac. Peaceful Abode. Fine art print B2
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