The picture is impressive. The artist captured the July night. At first glance, the landscape is not remarkable. But the painter managed to notice in everyday life some kind of
Very interesting protruding vertical. If it is closed, it becomes better to see the movement from the first plan to the interior. If you keep this impression and open the
In the picture of S. Yu. Zhukovsky “Evening Interior” we see a large spacious room, in the center of which sits a young girl at the piano. The girl is
An ideal example of a typical manor interior of the Zhukovsky heyday is one of the most mundane and harmonious works of his – “Joyful May”, where the connection between
In his painting “The Dam” Zhukovsky S. Yu depicted a rural landscape. In the center of the work is a wide river dam. The water in it is cold and
In the painting by S. Yu. Zhukovsky, “Before the terrace” is depicted a bright summer landscape. Immediately striking incredible combination of colors and shades, which the author filled his work.
According to the researchers, Zhukovsky is considered a master not only landscapes, but also interiors. Most of his work is occupied by images of a beautiful hall and nature, which
“This bold artist with amazing love and skill conveys such difficult colorful motifs, which many artists had previously passed before him, conveying something that seemed impossible before. His paintings are
Russian landscape of the turn of the XIX-XX centuries in the work of the Wanderers received two lines of development. One was connected with the academic direction of the landscape
Autumn is one of Zhukovsky’s favorite themes, in it he reaches a wide range – from the mild sadness of a dull gray day to the dazzling, sun-drenched autumn landscape.
In his painting “Interior of the library of the landlord’s house” Zhukovsky S. Yu depicts a richly furnished room. In the interior of this library a lot of interesting, attention-grabbing
“Abandoned terrace” – a painting written in 1911, which is now in the Tula Art Museum. In the painting Stanislav Yulianovich, often referred to as “the singer of noble nests,”