Sisters - Berthe Morisot. 52,1x81,3Berta Morisot is a brilliant French artist, favorably accepted by the Impressionists and included in their circle. But unlike her colleagues, Morisot never tried to capture the noisy and hectic world of Parisian streets, cafes, and theater, and she was not interested in the image of nudity either.
Sudak Citadel Museum is one of the most famous objects in Crimea visited by tourists. Erected by the Genoese more than six centuries ago, the citadel over the past few decades, having the rights of a branch of the National Preserve named “Sophia of Kiev”, has gradually begun to take on a form similar to the original.
The ninth shaft is Aivazovsky. 221x332 cm Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (1817-1900) - an outstanding master of the sea landscape (marina) of the middle - second half of the XIX century. Born near the sea, in Feodosia, the artist throughout his life remained faithful to his favorite element, devoting her all his many years of work.
Italian landscape. 108x160 Peace, tranquility, serenity spreads in the air of a wonderful day, which is already declining. The Italian coast is calm and thoughtful; light ripples run through the surface of the sea, but the breeze is almost invisible. At such a time, it is pleasant to stroll slowly on a boat along the calm sea, admiring the picturesque coast of Italy!
Outport in Le Havre. 56x66 In the summer of 1903, Pissarro, looking from the hotel windows at the port in Le Havre, creates a picture of the Outport in Le Havre. The ship leaving the port, which is one of the 18 paintings enclosed in the framework of one series. This series of paintings represented peculiar variations on the same theme: on each canvas we find port fragments - a pier, docks, embankments, ships and sailboats, port workers and simple passers-by.
Workshop of the artist - Hubert Robert At the very end of the XVIII century, Hubert Robert painted the painting "Workshop of the artist." During the French Revolution, the huge royal palace of the Louvre turned into a museum that is freely visited for any resident of France. Many artists settled there, including Hubert Robert.