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The painting, created by Alexei Kondratievich Savrasov in 1867, is currently kept in the Moscow State Tretyakov Gallery of Art. Savrasov’s unique compositional and spatial solution at that time could not attract the attention of art critics who rated Alexey Savrasov's work very highly. The rich color scheme used by the artist fills the picture with air space, the viewer seems to feel a breath of wind moving the crowns of trees.
All elements of the composition are in harmony with each other: you can observe the technical similarity of writing apple trees, the roof of a dilapidated barn, the fence of the yard. On the lyrical canvas "Rural View" depicts the daily life of a simple person - we see a hardworking beekeeper, leaning over an extinguishing fire near bee hives.
The vast expanse of Russian lands is depicted by Savrasov due to the writing out of the slopes against the background of the main composition, green meadows, the flight of a bird, a tired milky sky - all this expands the boundaries of the viewer's view. The canvas "Rural view" is considered to be lyrical, because it allows you to use emotional perception when considering the picture.
The viewer feels his involvement in everything depicted, the ancient motives of serving the earth, worshiping nature, respecting it and cherishing all its wealth - this is what we see on the canvas by Alexei Kondratievich Savrasov in all colors.
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