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The canvas of the master Kuznetsov, “Mirage in the steppe” is included in the list of works that were written at the very top of the heyday of the artist’s artistic talent. The painting as if personifies the revival and return of the artist, after his creative crisis, which happened to him at the dawn of the 1900s.
The picture shows the wandering wizard in the eternal and sometimes useless search for something "eternal, great," and for this he again turns to the East. Moreover, his trips to Tashkent, trips to Samarkand, the Trans-Volga steppes played a huge role in this eternal search.
Master Kuznetsov is characterized by a kind of contemplation that is different from the rest, which was displayed on the canvas. The painting received a very virgin and extremely poetic color. Idle and a kind of lyrical sound, even deeper than it actually is.
The viewer understands that the whole surroundings, objects, human figures, as if accidentally seen by a master, are specially made a little blurry and vague, as if they were seen not only by the artist, but also later by the viewer.
The people depicted on the canvas in the steppe are like a mirage, and their images are fleeting, against the backdrop of something eternal, which is why such ghostly images are created that simplifies their color reflection and perception, to some weightless figures, but they they are precisely the center of the picture, which makes it possible to understand the main idea.
You can pay attention that the bends and inclinations of the figures are repeated in the lines of the yurt, which is in the background. The strokes are quite wide, even the vibration is felt when applied, they precisely convey the spirit of space. The master shows the steppe, an open space that turns into a stream of gamut of colors.
This technique creates a special matte style, filling the picture with a glow.
Judas Kiss Mural