Vespers by Karl Bryullov

In 1925 Karl Bryullov wrote tightly “Vespers”. At that time the young artist was in search of his genre and style. A great influence on him at that time was

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Siege of Pskov by Karl Bryullov

The Imperial Academy of Arts, offering Brullov leadership of the historical class, elevated him to the rank of junior professor. To receive the title of senior professor, he was to

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Portrait of Francesco Ascani by Karl Bryullov

With extraordinary truthfulness and frankness, Bryullov recreates the image of the lawyer F. Ascani, whose hospitality he had to use while wandering around Italy. Without embellishment and idealization, he conveys

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Fortune-telling Svetlana by Karl Bryullov

The tradition of holy fortune-telling is very old. She came from the paganism that reigned in ancient Russia before Prince Vladimir baptized her. And even after the baptism of superstition,

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Greek with a horse by Karl Bryullov

Close to the portrait of Kolokotroni is the image of a Greek lying at the plumb of a steep rock. The greatness of the mountain nature, against which he is

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