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Businessman Max Roesberg, Otto Dicks, 1922

Businessman Max Roesberg - Otto Dicks. 94x63.5 An artist who worked in different directions - from expressionism to Dadaism, Otto Dix (1891-1969) appears in this picture as a representative of the movement, called "New Materiality": it reflected the mood that swept people in times of trouble in Germany after the defeat in the First World War.
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Madonna and Book, Botticelli

Madonna and Book - Botticelli. 58x39.5 Here is a picture of the great Botticelli, full of symbolic images. She is also sometimes called the “Madonna teaching the reading of the baby of Christ.” The book lying on the table is called the “Hourly Book of Mary” - a symbol of church wisdom of the time. The nails in the left hand of the baby Jesus and the crown of thorns on his wrist inexorably testify to the impending suffering with which He will atone for the sins of mankind.
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The Last Supper, Salvador Dali, 1955

The Last Supper - Salvador Dali. The artist’s fantasies on Gospel themes fill a familiar plot with new content. Only outwardly the picture resembles the fresco of the great Leonardo (gestures are similar, the participants are placed at the table). The atmosphere of the work is completely different. The author intentionally transfers the action of the picture into modern space.
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Museum of Russian Art in the USA, New Jersey

The United States of America is a large and developed country where, along with huge skyscrapers and chic boutiques, many museums and various monuments are comfortably located. The United States is rich in historic houses, which amaze with their wealth of exhibits and well-chosen combinations. It is worth noting that they are divided into national, art, military-historical, railway and house-museums.
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Vasily Grigorievich Perov, biography and paintings

The seal of the illegitimate child pursued Perov from birth until the time when the great artist ceased to be someone’s son, and became himself - a bright and extraordinary person. His last name is the result of a witty nickname that he received from his first teacher, a clerk, a drink, given for his graceful possession of the pen.
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Portrait of Countess Carpio, Marquise de la Solana - Francisco de Goya

Portrait of Countess Carpio, Marquise de la Solana - Francisco de Goya. 181x122 The artist of Spanish romanticism Francisco de Goya (1746-1828) is known for including portraits of aristocrats. The hand of the court painter created a gallery of images of the Spanish nobility. The most popular are his female portraits. Goya's women are always mysterious, despite the detailed elaboration of robes and accessories, there are always a lot of unsaid in their appearance.
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