Jean Baptiste Chardin painted many famous paintings, among which is the painting Laundresses, written in 1737. In a dark room, only half lit by daylight, light and relatively bright colors painted the foreground. In the picture he is represented by a young washerwoman, a child, most likely her son, and sitting with a cat, clutched under his paws.
The year of creation of the picture is 1893. At first it was called simply “People in a Cafe”. We see a pretty drunk woman and definitely a sober man who settled down at a table. This is a friend of Degas and a popular actress. She was always elegant. But we see an absolutely simple woman. Right in front of her is a glass in which absinthe is poured.
Ingre was seventy-nine years old when he began work on this painting and eighty-two when he finished it. He sums it up with it - devoting his whole life to work and research in the nude genre (that is, in the nude genre), he finds his meaning, his Grail, and he implements the best that he has learned in the Turkish Bath.
Oil painting on canvas in 1889 a year before the death of the artist. It was created during a stay in San Remy. For the second century, Van Gogh’s paintings amaze everyone who sees them. They carry the world of dreams and the world of the present. The olive grove is one of the series of paintings where the artist paints lush, sprawling gardens.
Krymov - a famous Soviet painter, teacher. The painting “Under the Sun” is a vivid example of Russian impressionism. The canvas to some extent resembles the paintings of Van Gogh - the same strokes applied one after another, creating a texture and forming a rhythm, movement, the same contrasting and somewhat implausible, but bright and vibrant colors.
Among the works of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, you can count several dozen still lifes of flowers, depending on the paintings of the French artist there is an opportunity to trace how the French bouquet changed. One of these still lifes depicting flowers was painted in 1900, the painting "Chrysanthemums."