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Description of the painting by Jacques Louis David "Belisarius"

Filled with tragedy, sadness and human injustice, the painting by the famous French classicist painter, Belisarius, Jacques Louis David, was painted in oil, in 1781. The plot of the painting is imbued with sadness, sentimentality and compassion. She tells the story of the Byzantine illustrious commander Belisarius, who was slandered and removed from service, condemning him to wandering and poverty.
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Description of the painting by Leonardo da Vinci “Vitruvian Man”

Painting Vitruvian Man is a work that was created by Leonardo da Vinci in 1490-92 as an illustration for the book. The book itself was devoted to the works of Vitruvius, and the illustration of Da Vinci was placed in her diary. The figure clearly shows the image of a man’s figure in the form of two positions, which are laid on one another in different locations.
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Description of Alberto Giacometti's sculpture Walking Man

Walking man is a well-known sculpture, which pierced with its deep meaning all the art of the XX century. The authorship belongs to the ingenious master, graphic artist, artist Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966). A new look at the existence of an ordinary person, provided him with fame not only in his native Switzerland, but also in other famous art capitals.
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Description of the painting by Isaac Levitan “The Storm. Rain"

This painting was painted in 1899. It is almost the last major work of the great artist. A view with a cold autumn sky appears before the audience. With gray disheveled clouds. The dense gloom is already stretching for half the sky. One can feel the approach of a thunderstorm in everything. The visible space closes with visible streams of rain.
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Description of the painting by Isaac Levitan “Autumn. River"

Levitan is one of the main artists of the Russian landscape. He subtly felt nature and was able to masterfully convey its various states in his paintings, thereby creating a “mood landscape.” Autumn was always the favorite season of the Russian painter, at this time he wrote an unimaginable number of paintings: not counting sketches, there are about 100 of them.
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