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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "Enlightened Pleasures"

This canvas can rightfully be considered an example of miniaturism in the works of Salvador Dali. Several stories are developing here at once, and some of them are enclosed in peculiar boxes, and some on a common field. What did the artist want to show by this? Just his childhood dreams, fears, their overcoming. Here we see at least two fight scenes.
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Description of Tatyana Yablonskaya's painting “Bread”

The painting “Bread” is one of the most famous works of the well-known artist Tatyana Nilovna Yablonskaya, painted by her in 1949. The painting depicts the time that has come several years after the end of the war. But there is no grief or regret in her, but only joy and happy faces. The landscape of the picture is almost invisible - it is represented by a dark forest and a small piece of the sky, but it’s important on it is completely different.
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Description of the painting by Vasily Vereshchagin “Napoleon at the Borodino Heights”

Vereshchagin made a picture called "Napoleon on the Borodino Heights" where he painted Napoleon and his retinue. All officers are dressed in full dress, and this is no accident, much can explain the historical background of this battle. Napoleon understood that this battle would be decisive, proceeding from the fact that he was sure of his victory, he ordered the staff to be at the parade.
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Description of Claude Monet's painting “Poplars”

Claude Monet is a famous French impressionist painter. The main goal of these artists was such an image of the world that would cause positive emotions for those who will consider the picture. Monet, as a representative of the Impressionists, did it very well. Here is the picture of Poplar.
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Description of the painting by Ivan Aivazovsky "Vesuvius"

The artist possessed the incredible bright talent that his nature endowed. It developed incredibly fast. This was facilitated by circumstances, as well as the environment in which the future painter grew up. The Black Sea, on the banks of which he lived, brought the most vivid images to his art. In his masterpieces, the sea seemed either incredibly joyful, overflowing with fabulous radiance, now gloomy.
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