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Melancholy, Domenico Fetti

Melancholy - Domenico Fetti. 179x140In the first half of the 17th century, Venice was visited, admiring its artistic treasures, and artists from other cities and countries (Rubens, Velazquez, Liss, Van Dyck, Poussin) readily created it. The Roman Domenico Fetti (circa 1588 / 1589-1623 / 1624) arrived there from Mantua, where he served as a painter at the Dukes of Gonzaga and studied Venetian paintings in a magnificent palace collection.
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Sigmund Freud Dream Museum

Ingmar Bergman, Alfred Hitchcock, Luis Bunuel in their films tried to translate dreams into artistic realities, convey them to the viewer. In St. Petersburg, for the same purpose, to show the invisible, they founded a museum - the Sigmund Freud Museum of Dreams. It was opened in 1999, and is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the existence of the book of Sigmund Freud - "Interpretation of Dreams."
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Painting Italian noon, Bryullov, 1827

Italian noon - Karl Pavlovich Bryullov. 64х55 The artist’s most popular work, sorted into hundreds of thousands of lithographs, reproductions, embroideries, mosaics, puzzles. Why is there such a demand, such popularity? It is obvious that in the sincerity of the artist, who managed to convey his admiration for beauty, youth, light.
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The Resurrection of Jairus Daughter, 1947, Stanley Spencer

The Resurrection of Jairus' Daughter - Stanley Spencer. 1947 This painting, painted in oil in 1947, is typical of Spencer, who knows how to identify the religious background of what is happening in the most ordinary surroundings of the modern small town of England. Through the window it is clearly visible how Christ lifts Jairus' dead daughter out of bed.
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Self Portrait, Pablo Picasso, 1907

Self portrait - Pablo Picasso. 50x46 Pablo Picasso painted quite a few of his own images and, interestingly, in different artistic styles. By this time, the creative manner of the master has undergone significant changes, becoming very unexpected and innovative for his time. In 1905, under the influence of Cezanne's painting, he sought to give forms more simplicity, material weight and significance.
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