Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin is deservedly called the Sun of Russian poetry. And that’s how we see him in the portrait of Orest Kiprensky. This artist had the glory of one of the best portrait painters, and that is why Anton Delvig ordered him to portray his friend - the great poet A.S. Pushkin. Contemporaries found that the portrait was quite realistic.
That's about whom one can say for sure that the author is a gloomy pessimist who does not allow bright moments in life. Alas, it seems that way. Whatever canvas they wrote - it is still gloomy, some dirty - gray. Maybe this is how he tried to influence those who saw these canvases.
The idea of synthesizing music, painting and literature permeates all the creative practices of symbolism, which many artists of the era of the turn of the century have addressed. This fate did not pass the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt, in whose paintings (1895 Music, the Beethoven Frieze cycle), interest in art is clearly traced as a means of reconstructing the evolution of the world.
The author of the painting “Clouds” is Alexander Ivanov. To write this masterpiece of the artist was inspired by a love of life and all living things. In the picture you can see a joyful and clean thick glaze, on which there are tangles of clouds. “Clouds over the coast” are filled with moderate depth, which is a reflection of the artist’s inner world.
Grigory Grigorievich Myasoedov - was an active creative figure who played a significant role in the development of Russian art. His paintings were primarily addressed to the call for action. Numerous works by the artist convey a strong character and will. He strove to learn everything about everything: he participated in revolutions, studied folk traditions and much more.
In the painting "Spring", three inextricable directions from each other found their place. These are the directions in the style of which science, philosophy and art developed. Courtly, pompous style, often in this style at that time lovers were portrayed. The antique style in the picture represents motifs from myths of Ancient Greece, as well as their characters.