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Description of the painting Apollinaria Vasnetsova "Fishermen"

Description of the painting Apollinaria Vasnetsova


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The canvas "Fishermen" was created in 1887. The drawing was done in oil on canvas by the great Russian artist Appolinarii Mikhailovich Vasnetsov. The master was famous for his landscapes, thematic historical works and knowledge in the field of art. He studied painting in the city of St. Petersburg. Among his teachers were such famous personalities as Ilya Repin, Dmitry Polenov and his brother Viktor Vasnetsov.

The master was distinguished by a special love for the Motherland and its historical values. He was the only artist who opposed the destruction of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. He was famous for his craving for travel. During his life traveled to many countries and almost all regions of Russia (then the Russian Empire).

The painting "Fishermen" is filled with the warmth and tranquility of a summer day. The surface of the river is smooth, like silk. Grass and trees do not move. In the background lies a broken birch. The picture is complemented by two boys who quietly fish on the shore. The canvas is written with great love for the nature of Russia and its people. Tones are selected cheerful. Mostly the artist used shades of green, filling the work with freshness and life.

The subtle technique of execution allows you to plunge into the whole atmosphere of a masterpiece at a glance. The work seems to be trying to return the Muscovite viewer to the vastness of Siberia. It works in contrast to the magnificent life of the capital, as if reminding that that very life, in fact, looks completely different. Now the masterpiece is stored in the Tretyakov Gallery, where anyone can get acquainted with the work.





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