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In addition to portraits, Boris Musatov loved to paint natural colors. It turned out to be especially successful in catching the mood of a certain time of the year. The author loved autumn, for its rich shades and bright spots on the grayish ground. Some critics believe that all canvases are endowed with sadness and frown. He simply knew how to convey the carefree and familiar way of life of people living on huge estates. To a greater extent, he painted portraits of his entourage, ladies came out especially skillfully.
The artist loved to walk around the open spaces and make sketches of nature. It was as if he painted with his soul, investing all his skill and talent. Birches bent over the lake, their yellow foliage neatly lying on the branches. The blue sky portends change, winter will come soon.
Musatov managed to convey the autumn song, shifting it to the canvas.
This is what this time of year looks like in his mind. It was as if he pushed aside thick leaves and saw still greenish hills and fields. The green smoothly turns into the blue sky, the landscape details are a bit blurry. This is a special technique, like a dream that exists, but can quickly dissolve into nothingness. The sky and clouds reflect in the water, this gives the picture a special liveliness. It seems that the leaves are rustling softly in the wind, and somewhere a wedge of cranes flies high to the south.
The artist admired such Russia, the colors of autumn calmed and a little led to melancholy thoughts. A true artist is a very mysterious person, such was Boris Musatov. He loved his family and the surrounding nature. It’s hard not to admire the perfect birches, peaceful water surface and endless odorous meadows.
The true beauty of autumn is reflected in this picture. At first glance, it seems that the canvas does not carry complex details. Maybe it is so. But in it there is an infinite soul of the author and his immeasurable love for his native spaces.
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