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Poster End of winter. Noon, is one of the most significant creations of K.F. Yuona. The most ordinary house on the outskirts of a village in central Russia is depicted on canvas. The chopped house does not hide the opening panorama of the snow-covered forest in the background and the fragile harmony of birches, frozen in anticipation of spring heat in the foreground.
Children who went skiing and several chickens led by a handsome rooster that slowly poking around in loose snow give a feeling of serenity. It is serenity, peace, and, at the same time, the indestructible foreboding of some future novelty, a radical change, that permeate the semantic field of the picture. This is evidenced by the spring brightness of the landscape and the barely noticeable friability of snow cover. The artist clearly conveys the riot of nature, ready to wake up from a winter dream.
With all the grandeur and beauty of nature, it, in the transcription of Juon, approaches the absolute in unity with man. It is the presence of people that harmoniously revitalizes the forces of nature, gives them life-giving warmth.
The author freely operates in his work with bright color transitions and a game of contrasts. Blue veins on still white snow are distinct and unambiguous, against a background of dark green firs. The space of the picture seems to be doused with bright rays of the sun, hinting at a coming awakening from winter sleep.
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