This artist is known to many, especially for paintings of "hunting" subjects. “Fisherman”, “Birds”, “Pigeon” - the names speak for themselves. Being a passionate hunter himself, Perov knew firsthand all the realities of her life. The painting “Hunters on a Halt” is one of the artist’s most famous variations on the theme of hunting.
We see a grand canvas. The artist was able to portray contemporary peasant Russia. It arises, as if from some wonderful haze. It is simply impossible to capture the whole earth, it is so huge. The artist looks at fields, hills, rivers and copses from a great height, it seems that he soars with the birds.
Bilibin was constantly inclined to illustrate various kinds of epics and legends. “Illustration for the Volga bylina” was executed in an ornamental graphic and decorative design, which is completely based on the motifs of the epics and legends of the Russian people. The illustration was made with ink painted in watercolor, while it is worth noting that Bilibin was able to develop his own unique style, the main ones for which were the patterns and ornaments of ancient Russian culture.
Surikov is a Russian painter who comes from a Cossack poor family. They tell him about his great-grandfather that, being a man of immeasurable power, he once pulled out a heavy raft from a river in a thunderstorm, which otherwise would have carried and destroyed. Surikov - famous for its historical paintings. “Boyar Morozov”, Suvorov Crossing the Alps ”- he wrote expertly, with great attention to historical details, with a long search for prototypes for the main characters.
1470 The image of the Madonnas goes a wide line through the entire career of Sandro Botticelli. There are about 15 paintings where the Madonna is present. "Madonna and Child with Five Angels" refers to the early work of the master and was written in 1470. The creative independence of Botticelli in this period was not yet strengthened, and in the picture you can feel the influence of the master’s teacher, Filippo Lippi.
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.