Monuments to lovers are not a rarity for a long time, because this feeling is the main inspiration for various creations. One of the most unusual and original monuments to people in whose hearts this tender feeling has settled is a sculpture in love in Kharkov. The monument to the victims of the Amur boom is located near the Beketov metro station.
Frederico Del Campo was born in XIX in the territory of South America, his homeland is Peru, it is there that he is best known as an artist of a diverse genre. However, Frederico Campo is known to Europeans as the author of wonderful landscapes about Venice, which the artist could only write when he was 30, falling into mercy with the local governor, who paid him a ticket for a ship to Europe, which at that time cost fabulous money.
The famous Italian artist Raphael created his painting “Madonna in a Tent with the Baby and Little John the Baptist” in Rome in 1514. This was a mature period in the work of the Renaissance titan, when he primarily worked on frescoes. The canvas of Raphael received such a name because of the tent in which the Virgin and baby Christ are located.
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, an Italian artist who was one of the first to work in the picturesque Baroque style, wrote Bacchus in a fairly calm and serene period of his life. This can be assumed on the basis of the fact that Caravaggio painted this character earlier, but not with full strength, well done, but with a sick and somewhat shabby peasant with a drunken face.
The illustration of The White Duck, just like six other fairy tales, is significant in that Bilibin was able to develop and actively introduce into his work a special technique of drawing - ink, highlighted with watercolors. Bilibin was a supporter of the use of Russian ornament in the design of his works. In this regard, he often visited the Russian hinterland, where he noticed the features of local folklore, the identity of the villagers.
Stozharov subtly felt the prospect in its historical embodiment, understood the traditions of the people. All his still lifes are oversaturated with rich colors. This is a real celebration of the spirit of the people. Stozharov trowels depicted ordinary objects that peasants used in everyday life. In his paintings we see magnificent tues, ordinary clay pots, patterned towels, spinning wheels, painted spoons and much more.