The historical canvas "Defense of Sevastopol" A.A. Deineka created during the war years (Moscow, 1942). Today, this masterpiece of art is stored in the St. Petersburg Russian Museum. The foundation for painting was steel by the artist seen photographs of the ruins of Sevastopol. Deineka collected materials about the hero city for a long time, made many sketches and sketches, bearing his plan - to show the spectator tragic events.
In the painting "Spring", three inextricable directions from each other found their place. These are the directions in the style of which science, philosophy and art developed. Courtly, pompous style, often in this style at that time lovers were portrayed. The antique style in the picture represents motifs from myths of Ancient Greece, as well as their characters.
"Master of Light" - such a nickname was given by Kuindzhi to other artists. Since it was always a secret for them, his unusual talent for depicting light was so real that it seemed as if it was not a picture, but a photograph. Until now, many artists are at a loss to look at the paintings and do not understand how and how to transmit the light of the moon or the sun's rays, so that, looking at them, squint.
"Fixture and hand" - one of the classic paintings of Salvador Dali of the 20s. The artist was experimenting a lot at that time, looking for his own style. Here Dali continues his experiments with surrealism. You can already see the famous mystical desert, going to infinity. Already you can see some of the details and manner of drawing, which were usual for the artist in later periods of creativity.
Albrecht Durer is a great German Renaissance artist. The orientation in which the painter worked was filled with expressiveness and a desire for realism. The artist’s activities included a collection of “three workshop engravings” on a religious theme. One of them was the painting "St. Jerome", it was created in 1514.
Lentulov in his time was affectionately called the Russian futurist, and in many ways this was true. His works, going beyond the scope of paintings, characterized by strong dynamics and problems incomprehensible to the general public, bore all the imprints of futurism to be considered to belong to this movement.