The Sun by Constantine Bogaevsky

The Sun by Constantine Bogaevsky

The famous canvas of Konstantin Bogaevsky “The Sun” depicts the theme of the earth on which sinners live, and the sky that is capable of punishing evil deeds. The artist portrayed the scorching sun, which sends to the earth the rays of incineration, making it clear that life on sinful earth is not eternal. The images of the Russian landscape painter Bogaevsky are severe, and the author’s thinking has a planetary scale.

In the landscape landscape “Sun”, painted in oil on canvas, Bogaevsky displayed the state of his soul after the revolution of 1905 was defeated, and the bright hopes of Russian intellectuals were doomed to destruction. In this picture, the artist refers to ordinary urban buildings, which are so close to a person. The composition of the canvas is built on the image of the Ancient Feodosia quarters.

In a unique landscape depicts a deserted street. People left the city, leaving the house empty. Call to the sky for help, only a few thin trees, brought to the forefront of the picture.

The old lifeless houses frighten and frighten a little, and the sky presses its scale. The sun seemed to hypnotize the city streets. The contemplator of the picture has a feeling of loneliness and sadness. In the image of the landscape, the tragedy of the recent days and the artist’s attitude to what was happening are read. Bogaevsky, imbued with the mood of the era, depicts a city that depicted his fantastic imagination.

In his work “The Sun” the master of the pen clearly changes the manner of writing. A special place is given to the decorative graphics and the saturation of the picture. In his work he assigns a non-autonomous role and contours of buildings. All the lines that limit the size of buildings, the artist created a contrast of colors, without using the transitions in the color solution or any softening details.

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