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Hermitage History.part 10

Previous article: Hermitage History – Part 9. In the XVII century none of the European countries hud lived through such a period of rich development of genre-painting, as llolland did. The life of peasantry found its expression in the art of Adrian van Ostadre (1610-1685), who showed the primitive scarcity nud certain rudeness of its lower sections, as well ns the common life of the well-to-do upper sections (plate 52). Jan van  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 9

The beginning of the article, see this link. Previous article: Hermitage History – Part 8. The Hermitage collection of Dutch art, if compared to other most important museums, is all but unique both in completeness and high quality of the pictures constituting it. Une of the most characteristic features Of Dutch art is the fact that it achieved a vast development of separate kinds of painting: portrait-painting, genre-painting, landscape, still-life,  [ Read More ]


Painting is divided into the following sub-species: the monumental paintings, wall paintings or frescoes, decorative painting (design), easel paintings and miniature paintings. Falls into the genre of painting, of which the most important historical paintings, daily paintings, battle-painting paintings, animalistic paintings, still life landscape and portrait.

History of the Louvre Palace

Museum of the richest collection of different epochs and civilizations, art stores. It kept the French royal jewelry. Their number is about 300,000. 35000 is the only exhibition halls. Most of the works are stored in repositories. They show only a few months out of the year. The museum boasts a large number of visitors. Louvre has long been one of the World Championship season. For millions of people the most  [ Read More ]

See the previous article on this link. Managers of the Tbilisi Opera Theatre were well-versed in advertising business. They enlisted the services of a certain Abela, whose surname did not go down in history. Abela was the tallest man in Tbilisi in the second half of the 19 th century and his rise to fame was due to his extraordinary height. Abela figures in a novel by Armenian artist Bashinjaghianz.  [ Read More ]

The first part of the article are available here. Visit this link to see the second part of the article. Their main concern was for the way to get extra tickets because every citizen of Tbilisi, notwithstanding his or her national or religious, cultural or social diversity, seemed determined to press on to hear “La donna e mobile” right from the stage. From the stage because in the streets opera  [ Read More ]

The beginning of the article: Georgian culture and art. Part 1 The opera was meant to be ltalian. lt fell to the merchant Tamamshev to build an opera house. According to newspaper reports, he bought a plot of land from the Tsitsishvili Estate “for two smoked sturgeon and two pieces of fabric”. The Armenian merchant weakened into absolute misunderstanding at the miserable price Prince Tsitsishvili asked for the land. But  [ Read More ]


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