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Description of the painting by Alexei Savrasov “Yard. Winter"

Description of the painting by Alexei Savrasov “Yard. Winter


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The peculiarity of the work and creativity of the talented artist Alexei Savrasov was that you can look at each of his paintings for a long time. And the point is not that people simply admired them or looked for hidden meaning in them. The artist simply made his paintings rich in detail. At first, no one can see even half of what the artist portrayed in the picture.

The same applies to his work Yard. Winter. After a long viewing, you can see many interesting, unusual and smile-making details, but none of them will fall out of the picture. Also, none of the details found will not scatter the plot of the work. Everything happens the other way around - from each found detail the impression of art is enhanced.

It should be noted that Savrasov, as an artist and as a Russian, is well versed and loves the province very much. In order to depict the picture as believable as possible, he for a long time studied the most ordinary and unremarkable places. Therefore, his work went from panoramic preferences to "intimate" images of ordinary courtyards and corners. To this Savrasov walked for a very long time, and the picture Courtyard. Winter was written by a mature, versed in what he does, an artist.

In his work, a small-looking courtyard is covered with a large layer of snow cover, as are the roofs of neighboring buildings and houses. Domesticated birds roam on a small heel, who came here not just like that, but for the sake of fresh grain sprinkled by the mistress. And this huge idyllic picture looks at this window, really rustic at that time in history. A kennel is visible in the distance, and the whole courtyard is surrounded by a fence. And this is only what can be seen at the first cursory inspection of this work of art.





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