A group of peasants perform folk dance, lined up in a chain. With imperturbable faces they are sorting out with their feet in the dance. The picture resembles a child’s
Corner of old Moscow. Snowy, frosty winter. Roofs of houses, benches of trees – everything is buried in the snow. A horse is hauled along the street, a horse drawn
Very expressive picture. It turns out that the tradition of creating ice sculptures has arisen for a very long time. Here and here a group of men cuts out a
Another scene from the life of ordinary Russian women. They rinse the washed laundry in the river. One went down to the bank and from the bridge rinses the linen
A naive picture of the life of Russian peasants. Linen cloth made by the peasants themselves. They grew flax, then they beat him, spun yarn, and then weaved the canvas.
The theme of the Spanish beauty takes an important place in the work of Goncharova after the artist’s trip to Spain in 1916. She not only refers to the Spanish
This work, above all, a self-portrait of the artist: the author depicted herself against the background of the studio walls hung with paintings. Vigorous expressive painting creates an image of
This picture is an illustrative example of Goncharova’s primitivism. She breathes the superenergy of the movement of nature and the dynamism of the painting itself. Simultaneously, it is close to