Creativity of Russian impressionists at an exhibition in Yaroslavl Automatic translate
YAROSLAVL. In the art museum of Yaroslavl in the last days of March, the exhibition "Russian Impressionism" began to work. By May 31st, visitors will be able to see works belonging to the brush of famous Russian artists who worked in this vibrant artistic direction.
The exposition includes paintings not only from the collection of the Yaroslavl Museum. The Vologda Picture Gallery and the Ivanovo Art Museum took an active part in creating the exhibition. About half of the canvases presented at the exhibition will be the first time residents of Yaroslavl see.
A picture created by Valentin Serov was brought from Vologda. The artist called it "Fox Carpet." The Ivanovo Museum brought to the exhibition several works written by Konstantin Korovin. Korovin is one of the prominent representatives of the Russian impressionists. He was able to gain looseness and courage before many painters, creating dynamic compositions made in a rich color palette.
The origin of the term "impressionism", which is translated from French as "impression", refers to the work of the artist Claude Monet. His painting entitled “Impression. Sunrise ”represented this artistic direction.
Impressionists believed that each of the artists sees the world around them individually, in their own way. Therefore, the same nature, reproduced by different painters, may look different. This was the goal of artists working in this direction - to convey individual impressions on the canvases.
Impressionists left their workshops, went out into the countryside. Having learned to convey the play of light and color with the help of colorful brush strokes, painters began to create canvases filled with natural colorful tones and natural light.
Ludmila Trautmane © Gallerix.ru
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