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Description of Victor Tsyplakov’s painting “Frost and the Sun”

Painting by Viktor Tsyplakov Frost and the sun was painted at the beginning of the last century and is one of the best paintings of the time. To paint the picture, canvas and oil paints were used, with the help of which the artist managed to create a real masterpiece. The landscape is truly beautiful: a cold frosty morning, a snowy village, barely looking through the snow on an equestrian path, distant fields and forests.
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Description of the painting by Fedor Alekseev "View of the palace embankment from the Peter and Paul Fortress"

At one time, Alekseev was called an unsurpassed landscape painter, indeed, considering the painting “View of the Palace Embankment from the Peter and Paul Fortress”, I want to first note its liveliness and dynamics. Often the work of Alekseev, including this one, was compared with the canvases of the Italian artist Canaletto, who also worked in the genre of urban landscape, but this was only one century earlier.
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Description of the painting by Paul Gauguin "Never Again"

Paul Gauguin painted the painting “Never Again” in 1897 in Tahiti. He performed it on canvas with oil. Now she is in Kurto in London. The composition presents a thematic version of “reclining naked”: a naked Tahitian young girl is located on a rather rich bed and, as an attentive viewer might think, carefully listens to what is happening around her.
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Description of the painting by Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov “The Fever (1884)”

Vasnetsov was one of the most famous artists of the nineteenth century. He received the nickname "hero of Russian painting", and was one of the first to depict stories based on epics and fairy tales. Reproductions of his paintings began to adorn textbooks, candy boxes and other items. Most often, these were such paintings as “Ivan Tsarevich on the Gray Wolf”, “Athletes”, “Alyonushka”.
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Description of the monument to Chekhov in Tomsk

There are many monuments in Russia. Why is this happening? Judge for yourself. Popular monuments can become when they cause emotions in people. Well, how can you get past such a pedestal as a monument to Chekhov in the city of Tomsk. If you have not seen him, then a serious monumental man who is immortalized for his writing talent is immediately drawn in your imagination.
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