The history of the collection (part 3)
The opening of the Moscow Public and Rumyantsev Museum in 1862 significantly stimulated the collecting activities of Muscovites, many of whom came from a merchant environment. By the opening of…

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HOW THE PLAY OF COLOR IN PAINTING SETS THE MOOD
HOW TO BUY A PAINTING TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE INFLUENCE OF COLOR ON A PERSON. Color has great energy and certainly has a strong impact on humans. As well as…

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THE MOST EXPENSIVE PAINTINGS OF 2016
TOP 10 auction sales in 2016 was as follows: 10th place "Peach blossom of spring" 1982. Zhang Daxian. Sotheby's auction, Hong Kong, April 5, 2016. - 34,899 million $ The…

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Italian painting of XVII-XVIII centuries

Around 1600 in Rome formed two directions-caravaggism and academism, largely determined the further development of not only Italian but also the entire European painting of the subsequent time. Caravaggio and his followers as the main principle proclaimed appeal to reality, while the representatives of Bologna academism led by the Carracci brothers claimed the inviolability of the canons of classical art, enriched by the practice of full-scale drawing.

A striking example of caravaggism can serve as a picture of “Coronation thorns” Tommaso Salini, as well as” fruit Seller ” circle Bartolomeo Manfredi.

Bologna academism is represented in the Museum’s collection by the works of the leading representatives of this direction – Guido Reni, Simone Cantarini, Guercino, Luca Ferrari and other masters.

In Northern Italy, where painting developed in its own way, worked Bernardo Strozzi and Domenico fetti.

XVII century in the art of Italy is called the Baroque era. Its vivid exponents were the Roman Pietro da Cortona and the Neapolitan Luca Giordano. Baroque style gave a powerful impetus to the flowering of landscape, still life, genre paintings.

Innovative trends in painting at the turn of the XVII-XVIII centuries are particularly clearly expressed by Giuseppe Maria Crespi and Alessandro magnasco.

The last bright period in the development of Italian art is associated with Venice, which put forward in the XVIII century a whole galaxy of brilliant painters, such as Giambattista Tiepolo, Sebastiano Ricci, Crozato, Pittoni, Canaletto, Bellotto, Francesco Guardi.

The history of the collection (part 2)
Gradually collecting works of art captures a wider range of Russian nobility. Since the second half of the XVIII century, well-known private collections of counts Stroganov, princes Golitsyn, Yusupov and…

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The history of the collection (part 1)
The collection of Italian paintings is one of the most important sections of the Museum's art gallery: it has more than five hundred and fifty works and chronologically covers the…

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"Frida": cinema, love, art and struggle
There are not many really good films about artists. In some cases, the creators brings too modest budget, which inevitably affects the quality. Sometimes the fault is too boring or…

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Avdeeva Svetlana Pavlovna
Avdeeva Svetlana Pavlovna. Promgrafik. She was born on March 26, 1940 in Korolev, Moscow region. In 1969 she graduated from the Moscow polygraphic Institute. The beginning of creative work since…

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