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Description of the painting by Jean Berault "Victoria"

"Victoria" belongs to the hand of Jean Bérault - French salon painter. At the heart of this trend is a rationalized, proven system of rules that prescribes a specific approach to the image of an object. Brilliant compositions and artistry, a tendency to an idealistic "sublime" reflection of the world.
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Description of the painting Amedeo Modigliani "Portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne"

A man in love is always a little crazy, especially if he is also an artist. The all-consuming love and passion of Amedeo Modigliani and his wife, inspirer and ally of Jeanne Hebutern became both happiness and grief for their family. Amedeo drank deeply and dreamed of suicide. Jeanne, in response to comments from friends that her husband needs help, replied that such a great man must die.
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Description of the painting by Ilya Repin "Portrait of Andreev"

The painting “Portrait of Andreev” is a portrait of the famous Russian writer Leonid Nikolaevich Andreev. The second title of the work is “Summer Vacation”. The artist intentionally came up with this second name to confuse the audience. At first glance, it seems to us that the canvas depicts a man who is sitting relaxed on a bench somewhere in the back of the garden.
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Description of the painting by Fedor Reshetnikov “Boys”

Fedor Pavlovich Reshetnikov - Soviet artist. He is a representative of a genre such as socialist realism, where reality and censorship dominate. Therefore, many of Reshetnikov’s paintings show the mood not only of the author, but of all eras as a whole. The painting “Boys” was written in 1971. On it we see three boys who look at the sky with enthusiasm.
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Description of the sculpture by Anna Golubkina "Old Age"

This sculpture was born in Paris. S. Golubkina, Auguste Rodin’s pupil herself, invited a woman who once was a model and posed to the master Rhoden herself. Roden once created the sculpture “The One That Was Beautiful Olmer”. The sculpture completely ruthlessly, defiantly naturalistic showed the world the decrepitude of old age.
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