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Description of the painting by Salvador Dali "The Cup of Life"

Salvador Dali is one of the most famous and perhaps the most extravagant artists of the last century, who introduced the world to such an artistic direction in painting as surrealism, which made it possible to speak with connoisseurs of real art through the canvases created in this genre. The main idea of ​​surrealism is to give the audience such a picture, about which he can judge from his own views, independently defining her idea and purpose of creation.
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Description of Vincent Van Gogh's painting “Portrait of Dr. Ray”

Van Gogh wrote "Portrait of Dr. Ray" after the following story: In December 1888, when Gauguin went out for a walk, behind his back he heard a hasty step. He turned around, saw Van Gogh and ran, because as he later said that he saw a razor in his hand. It is not known what the artist wanted to tell him, but when the creator arrived home, in a fit of despair, he cut off his earlobe with a razor.
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Description of the painting Georges Seurat “The White Dog”

Georges Cera may not have been as famous to the general public as representatives of impressionism, but he went down in the history of world culture as the founder of neo-impressionism, and he also invented his own technique of transmitting flowers in paintings, which was called pointillism or divisionism. The main feature of pointillism is the spot application of paints of a special, uniform shape.
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Description of the painting by Gustav Klimt “Three ages of a woman”

Gustav Klimt has repeatedly turned to women's topics. He was worried about the woman’s inner world, as the predecessor of the film “Three ages of a woman” - the painting “Love” - can testify to. In his unusual picture, the artist tried to touch on the widest possible subject - the psychological state of a woman in different age categories.
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