"Storm on the Black Sea" - a masterpiece of Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky is considered a real confirmation of his talent. In the work, the master depicts a riotous element that mercilessly takes lives. The creator showed a small ship that is drowning in the abyss of the wave. The work was done in black colors: blue, grayish, greenish.
The fame of Dali brought, of course, surrealistic works performed in a specific, memorable style. Whether it be “Discovery of America ...” or “Living Still Life” - any picture of this kind seemed to have been created outside of human vision, fantasy, imagination and even dreams. What Dali did was always amazing, attractive and will attract regardless of the person and the time when he was or will be born (or already born).
Jeroen Antonison van Aken or Jerome Bosch. Famous Dutch artist of the Northern Renaissance. 25 paintings and 8 drawings of this painter have survived to this day. The most famous painting is “The Seven Deadly Sins and Four Last Things.” Like Dante Alighieri from “The Divine Comedy”, who went down to Purgatory and knew all his circles, Jerome Bosch recreated human sins on his canvas, according to the religious canons of his time.
Tsar-father, reformer of Russia Peter Alekseevich Romanov invented fun for his subjects. Or rather, a kind of punishment. Local nobles are not used to the promenade. And as he did not drive them out of the house for the first time, it was impossible to instill this habit in any way - to walk in the evenings in parks and gardens. And then, having already become emperor of Russia, Peter the Great issued a decree that “if anyone does not make the evening promenade, it will be spoken to in the Secret Chancellery”.
To begin with, it is worth noting that Vasily Andreyevich Tropinin performed a number of genre-portrait works. In these paintings, he found something subtle and unusual among ordinary residents, unremarkable, who are the main segment of any city. In this case, the eye of the artist was caught by an ordinary seamstress.
Petrov-Vodkin rightly believed that the artist should be able to convey objects as accurately as possible. They are the initial basis of any image. The artist was sure that it was necessary to convey not credibility, but a certain essence. You should also hone the ability to understand the relationship of objects in space.