The woman in the hat is Henri Matisse. 1905In 1905, Henri Matisse ceased to use the technique of divisionism. In the Autumn Salon this year, the artist exhibited the painting "Woman in a Hat." Also participating in the exhibition was Albert Marche, who studied with Matisse under Gustave Moreau at the School of Fine Arts, Maurice Vlaminck and Andre Derain.
Guardhouse - David Teniers the Younger. 69x103 David Teniers the Younger created the “Guardhouse” in 1642, when “the new ruler of the Spanish Netherlands Francisco de Melo twice defeated the French troops, which made it possible to deflect the strike from Antwerp for a short time” (Klinge 1991). The battle depicted in the background is perhaps a peculiar echo of these events.
Museum-Estate Kolomenskoye is very rare and amazing. Until very recently, the museum was located in the suburbs. The village of Kolomenskoye, as a real-life village, existed until the 80s, but then completely disappeared from the map of Moscow, although here, at the Kolomenskoye museum, they do not abandon the dream of partially restoring the structure of the former village and place here ethnographic exhibits.
Woman weighing pearls - Jan Vermeer Delft. 39.7x35.5 The Dutchman Vermeer is one of the most mysterious painters in the history of European art, mentioned only three times in his lifetime documents. About 40 paintings are attributed to him, most of which he did not sell or preferred to keep.
"The end". 200x251Kukryniksy - one of a kind triple community of artists. The friendship and joint work of Mikhail Vasilievich Kupriyanov, Porfiry Nikitich Krylov and Nikolai Alexandrovich Sokolov began even as a student. The range of activities of Kukryniksy is very wide and diverse. The authors of large thematic paintings on canvas, they also write chamber lyrical landscapes (each separately), illustrate works of classical literature.
Inveterate - Perov. 87.5x113Before us is a bound and imprisoned rebel, a young Russian guy, strong, explosive temperament. The very name of the work suggests that the author considers his hero an incorrigible rebel who cannot be broken, re-educated, changed. A proud head set, a confident look and a contemptuous half-smile - everything in the guise of a hero indicates that we have a strong personality, a leader, an ataman.