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Cave painting

Altamiras cave. Petroglyphs. Bison bison figure. Fulfilled cave walls. The cave paintings are on the walls, ceiling, rocks, and some rocks. Examples of Paleolithic rock art found in the “cave kapovs”. The oldest art objects found in the following countries (Almost every corner of the earth):  Russia, France (A large number are found in the caves of southern France.), Scandinavia, Spain, Italy, Georgia…Also found in the following areas: North Africa, Central and Eastern Sahara.  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 8

The Hermitage picture gallery of Flemish painters of the XVII century is very vast and of the highest quality. The collection of paintings by Rubens, who headed that school of art, amounts to 42 pictures being one of the largest in the World. Creations of y Rubens (1577-1640) Whose name ranks among the first not only in Flemishart but also among the greatest artists of the Whole world, is full  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 7

Netherlandish painting of the XV century, which shared with that of Italy the leading part in the development of European art, is here represented by three works: the “Madonna with the Child” (plate 27), belonging to the very beginning of the century, is a work of the painter known under the conventional name of the “Master of the Flemalle Altarpiece”, who was probably the teacher of Rogier van der Weyden.  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 6

The Hermitage collection of Spanish art is one of the largest beyond the borders of Spain. It comprises the Works of 4O artists, among them all the most eminent painters of the period when Spanish art achieved its climax in the XVII century. Of the few Works of the XVI century,  the 1st place owns by the “Apostles Peter and Paul” (plate 20) by Domenico Theotokopuli (1541-1614) called El- Greco (i.  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 5

The Hermitage possesses a number of excellent works of Venetian painters of the XVI century. The great masters of the Venetian School turned colour into a powerful and pliant means of expressing the emotional contents of a picture. “Judith” (plalc 8), one of the few doubtless pictures by Giorgione (about 1478-1510), a gem of the collection, may serve an example of it. The greatest master of the Venetian School is  [ Read More ]

Hermitage History.part 4

Mid-twentieth century collaboration of that Hermitage with other museums of the Soviet Union, widely developed resulting, in fact, in joined organization of large temporary exhibitions in Moscow and Leningrad (The St. – Petersburg.) . Travelling exhibitions constituted of some reserve funds of the museum were demonstrated in a number of cities of the Russia. Connections of the Hermitage with foreign museums are steadily consolidating and growing, both with respect to  [ Read More ]

3D paintings on the street

3D art on the street – Video This is street art. Artists goal: to achieve a visual effect. Type of art: Kitsch; painting

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Arsen Pochkhua-Georg

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Théodore Géricault

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Ivan Aivazovsky

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Franz Marc

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