“Portrait of Marshal G. K. Zhukov” by Pavel Korin
Artists see the world in different ways, each depicting what he sees in his own way, conveying the many colors of nature and unusual characters. And sometimes they dream to express even something abstract: the life of the human spirit. Pavel Dmitrievich Korin sought to “reflect the disobedient, proud spirit of our people.” And he painted landscapes of his native Palekh, portraits of people unknown and famous, never tired of searching in their destinies, manifestations of the “spirit of the people”. Among these works, a special place is occupied by the “Portrait of Marshal G. K. Zhukov”. And even the creation of the canvas is an instructive event. Continue reading
ALEXEY ISUPOV. RUSSIA-ITALY.
Alexey Vladimirovich was born on March 10 (22), 1889 in Vyatka into the family of an iconostasis master, woodcarver and gilder Vladimir Petrovich Isupov. The work of the father, communication with icon painters aroused in the future artist interest in creativity. His first teachers were the “Kazan shop painter” Anastasii Maksimovich Chernogorov and Vasily Ivanovich Krotov, who came to Vyatka with the artel of paleeshan to paint the Assumption Cathedral of the Trifonov monastery. Under their leadership, the young man studied icon painting and painting. Continue reading
Interesting facts about painting and artists
Different types of oils are used as a base for oil paints. Experts know that certain types of paints include various oils: safflower, linseed, walnut oil and poppy. And each of these options has its own characteristics and dries over time.
In the Middle Ages, oil paints were also popular because they painted shields. Continue reading