"Raft" Medusa "" Theodore Gericault
The artist Theodore Gericault, the founder of romanticism in France, became famous for a number of works, and especially the painting “The Jellyfish Raft”. She became no less famous than…

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"The Adoration of the Magi" by Sandro Botticelli and Leonardo Da Vinci
In March 1481, the monks of the Florentine monastery of San Donato a Scopetto turned to the notary Pietro of Vinci with a request to find an artist who could…

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Evgeny Viktorovich Vuchetich. Soviet sculpture.

In the center of Berlin, in Treptow Park, where the fraternal cemetery of soldiers of the Soviet Army, who died in battles against fascism, is located, a huge bronze monument of the Soviet soldier-liberator towers. In his right hand is a sword, dissecting a fascist swastika lying at his feet, on his left hand he carefully holds a rescued child. This statue has received worldwide recognition. It personifies the image of the Soviet Army, which defeated Hitler’s fascism. The author of this remarkable monument is Evgeny Viktorovich Vuchetich.
Vuchetich’s career began in the second half of the 1930s, but his talent became especially versatile in the post-war period. Continue reading

Policy for art

Jewelry, an icon, a favorite picture, an engraving and a clock of grandfather – these things are precious to us, they keep the memory of centuries, the history of family, clan, country. Jewelry, sculptures, rare books, manuscripts, design projects, photo-audio-video archives, unique musical instruments, postage stamps, awards, medals, awards and memorable signs – all this was created by more than one generation of labor. Objects of art have long been one of the highly profitable means of capital allocation. For the majority of their owners, it is inappropriate to raise the issue of price, because for them they are priceless! Continue reading

"Portrait of Peter I" by Mikhail Lomonosov
In one of the Hermitage halls, mosaic works created by the great Russian scientist and his students are exhibited. Among these works, the portrait of Peter I stands out -…

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The greatest museums of the world
1. Parisian Louvre Without a doubt, the most famous museum in the world, the Louvre was a medieval fortress and palace of the kings of France before it became a…

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The Unknown by Ivan Kramskoy
At the end of the 1860s, at the time of the founding of the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions, a curious incident occurred in the workshop of Artel artists. He…

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The greatest museums of the world
1. Parisian Louvre Without a doubt, the most famous museum in the world, the Louvre was a medieval fortress and palace of the kings of France before it became a…

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