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Description of the painting by Frida Kahlo "Self-portrait"

This creative person was born in Mexico in 1907. For all her tragic biography, she was a cheerful and cheerful woman with her mystery and a dream of a new future. It was this that allowed her to paint all her heartaches and pain, tears and loss of the incomprehensible, and much more that linked her fate when painting.
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Description of Nikolai Ge's painting “The Last Supper”

Today, Ge's painting “The Last Supper” is considered a powerful work, reflecting the specifics of the artist’s perception of the biblical myth. In a small room with high ceilings and stone walls, in one of the houses of the city of Jerusalem there is an ordinary couch, on which Jesus leaned with his head bowed.
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Description of the painting by Marc Chagall "I and the Village"

The oil painting “I and the Village” was painted by Marc Chagall in 1911. On the canvas Chagall depicted not even a village, but his native city - Vitebsk, which he named the village because of its eternal serenity and harmonious coexistence of man and nature. the composition of the picture shows obvious elements of cubism, in addition, the division into sectors intersecting lines intersecting at different angles is striking.
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Description of the painting by Isaac Ilyich Levitan “Oak Grove. Fall"

1880 Landscape painted on canvas with oil. An accurate and deep image of autumnal nature in an oak grove. Levitan was very fond of nature and in this picture revealed his love as fully as possible. The landscape depicts oak trunks, picturesquely scattered throughout the space of the picture. Crowns intertwine with each other, forming a stunning autumn foliage dome with its brightness and color saturation.
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Description of Claude Monet's “Magpie” painting

"Magpie" - a picture of Claude Monet, painted in 1968 and is now in the Paris Museum of Orsay. At first glance, the picture seems very simple, it shows wattle sitting on a gate of magpie, fruit trees, a house on the side and snow. It can be seen that wide and quick strokes were applied to the canvas. But this visual simplicity literally captivates the viewer, forcing to peer into the image.
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