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The Chocolate Girl, Jean-Etienne Lyotard

The Chocolate Girl - Jean-Etienne Lyotard. 82.5x52.5 Jean-Etienne Lyotard (1702-1789) - Swiss painter, master of portraiture in the Rococo style. Art knows the names of the creators, although they created many works, but in the centuries they were remembered by some one of their creations. Lyotard is one of them. Of course, you can point to a number of his paintings, only in the Dresden Gallery, for example, there are four of them, but Chocolate Girl is the only one that makes up the artist’s fame.
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Painting Shishkin Birch Grove, 1896

Birch Grove - Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin. 95.5x70 The world-famous painting Birch Grove was painted with Shishkin oil in 1896. At the moment, the picture is in the Yaroslavl Museum of Art. The picture is dominated by shades of green, brown and white. It would seem that the combination of colors is more than simple, but surprisingly successful: looking at the picture, you completely feel yourself among these trees, you feel the warmth of sunlight.
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"Landscape with a boat off the coast (Quarry-Cenis-Denny)", Andre Deren - description of the painting

Landscape with a boat off the coast (Quarry Seny Denny) - Andre Derain. 100 x 65 French painter Andre Derain began his career at the turn of the century. He was one of the most proactive members of the Fauvist group, was fond of Cezannism, was friends with Matisse and Picasso, who introduced him to Cubism. Derain also drew inspiration from the works of old masters and nature itself.
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Starry Night, Munch, 1922

Starry Night - Edward Munch. 140х119 The starry sky inspired the master for several different works. The author gives only a general idea of ​​the terrestrial part of the landscape. He is interested in the sky, strewn with large stars, full of greenish flashes. The moon faded against the backdrop of bright polar stars. The snow-covered city does not sleep.
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Picture The Descent from the Cross, Rubens, 1612

Descent from the Cross - Peter Paul Rubens, 1612. 420.5 x 320 cm The triptych “Descent from the Cross” was created by the great Flemish Peter Paul Rubens for the cathedral of his hometown of Antwerp, at a time when, since 1610, he wrote, for the most part on religious topics. The triptych “Exaltation of the Cross” and many others also belong to the same period.
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