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Perov Vasily – “Hunters at Rest”

Vasily Perov was an avid hunter, so the theme of hunting is often encountered in his works. Such canvases with self-explanatory names as “Fisherman”, “Dovecote”, “Birds”, “Hunters at Rest” have become the artist’s calling card. The plot of the painting takes its origins from real life, during the artist’s time hunting was very popular: three…

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Perov Vasily – “Troika”

Painting by Vasily Perov “Troika” has a trivial plot for its time and a difficult history of writing. It was difficult for the artist to find models for the heroes of his painting: children who are forced to pull a huge barrel of water. The easiest thing was with the side characters – models for…

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Perov – “Drawing Teacher”

Before you is a painting by Vasily Grigorievich Perov “Drawing Teacher”. (State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow). Written in 1867 on a wooden board by the Windsor and Newton firm, it introduces us to the fate of an artist devoted to the ideals of the beautiful, but not recognized. Elderly, with sparse hair, in a shabby but…

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Perov Vasily – “Seeing the Deceased”

The first work of Perov, painted after his return to Russia, was the painting “Seeing the Dead”. If the early works of Perov are an incriminating document with a detailed listing of evidence of existing evil, then the pathos of “Farewell to the Dead” is not an exposure of evil, but compassion for its victims….