Gustave Dore is a famous French artist of the 19th century. The admiration for the 15th century poem of Dante was so great that Dore decided to illustrate the work. Gustave reproduced his work on Dante in the period from 1861-1868. He is the only one of the artists who decided to take up the illustration of such a volume, taking the costs for himself.
The creative life of Pablo Picasso can be clearly distinguished by the so-called periods: the passion for cubism, active work in the style of surrealism, post-impressionism, the mysterious “blue” and “pink” artistic periods. The considered work “Family Together” in 1903 refers to the “blue” period. And all because from 1902 to 1905, the Spanish painter worked in dark, cold tones of blue.
“Nightmare” is a famous painting by a horror master, an artist who anticipated the art of his time, Henry Fussley. Gloomy and grotesque she frightened and caused a storm of reactions from the public. Critics associate it with a splash of the unconscious, in which sleep and horror are intertwined into a single whole. No wonder the canvas was in the reception room of the famous Dr. Freud, who paid great attention to the interpretation of dreams.
A.N.Shurygin for his short creative activity wrote a few works, but each of his paintings is original and the characters are realistic. The work “Arrest” reflects not only the essence of the arrest process, which was relevant at the time for the turbulent period in Russia, but also truthfully conveys the mood and the image of each hero of this sad story.
The painting “Seascape at Saint-Marie” was painted by Van Gogh in June 1888 on the Mediterranean coast of the fishing village of Saint-Marie. The sea inspired the great artist, and during the Arles period of Van Gogh, one can single out a series of paintings dedicated to the sea beauty. Then he wrote a lot of sketches and sketches from nature.
I. Bosch wrote most of his works on the life of saints, often using biblical subjects. The artist did not use sketches so popular in his time. Often portrayed the creation of a miracle or painful death, such paintings caused delight among people of the Middle Ages. Bosch was attracted by quiet storylines that reflected spirituality and deep philosophical meaning.