Camille Corot - “landscape poet” who inspired both the impressionists and the authors of fake artists
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot - French painter of the era of romanticism, "landscape poet", who influenced the emergence of impressionism. During his long life, he created several thousand paintings in his…

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Camille Corot - “landscape poet” who inspired both the impressionists and the authors of fake artists
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot - French painter of the era of romanticism, "landscape poet", who influenced the emergence of impressionism. During his long life, he created several thousand paintings in his…

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How a visit to the Hermitage turned the fate of a merchant: facts from the history of the Tretyakov Gallery are little known
It is unlikely that we could today contemplate and admire the masterpieces of Russian painting, if not for the event that happened a little more than 125 years ago. Namely,…

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Mysteries of the Tretyakov Gallery: What secrets do the canvases of Kramskoy and Vrubel hide

The unique collection of the museum has more than 180 thousand works of Russian art of different eras and styles. And every masterpiece of the Tretyakov Gallery has its own story, the study of which looks like an exciting detective story. However, the detectives also did not pass over the paintings from the museum. What role did Italian policemen play in the life of the gallery, why did Ivan Kramskoy cut into pieces the last lifetime portrait of Nikolai Nekrasov, and how was Vrubel’s lost work forever found?

Theft in Genoa

In 1991, the exhibition of the Tretyakov Gallery “Russian Art of the Epoch of Alexander II” was exhibited in Genoa. The exhibition was popular, according to information from the gallery, it was visited in three months by as many spectators as it did not visit the museum in a year. Continue reading

How did the fate of the beauties from which the famous portraits were painted
There is an opinion, absolutely not supported by statistics, about the unlucky fate of people posing for famous painting masterpieces. Fortunately, most often this is completely wrong, but sometimes life…

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Unpleasant Art: Diseases and Death in 19th-20th Century Paintings
Art does not always appeal to the beautiful and beautiful, sometimes from the depicted on the canvases it takes a rash because of the plots chosen by the author. For…

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Twice a widower, a genius landscape painter, author of the most famous candy wrapper. Ivan Shishkin
The work of Ivan Shishkin is compared with the music of Tchaikovsky. Clear and powerful paintings radiate positive energy. His canvases flood in serene light. The artist gives the viewer…

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Refined avant-garde artist Robert Falk: 4 muses, unnecessary Paris and later recognition in the homeland
Robert Rafailovich Falk is a Russian avant-garde artist with Jewish roots who went through a difficult career through the turbulent revolutionary years that broke the fate of many painters. Some…

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