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Marc Chagall is a famous graphic artist who worked in different genres and styles of painting, creating works of art.
“The Soldier Drinks” is one of the original, and to many, incomprehensible paintings of the artist, she makes me think a lot to understand what the artist wanted to say. Not everyone likes to do this, we want to look at the plot and understand everything, but no, this number will not work here. The plot was written by Chagall in 1910 on oil on canvas in Paris, in the prime of his life. The painting is in the famous Guggenheim Museum in the United States.
The master is a great colorist, most of his paintings are presented to the audience in a bright guise. He loved and understood color, he knew how to use it more profitably to emphasize even the smallest detail.
The painting “The Soldier Drinks” uses bright colors: juicy green, orange, red, blue, yellow.
It seems that there are a lot, at first glance you do not know what to look at. If we correlate the colors with the state of mind, then Chagall turns out that life, infinity and fear are present on this canvas.
The soldier is funny, mysterious and strange, he sits at the table, tossing a tunic. Whether he wants to drink tea, felts of vodka, go and figure it out. Well done, he made people think, imagine, think about being.
The artist always said: My Russian paintings are without light, only Paris made me change my worldview and love the color. In Paris, the master’s paintings began to play with all the colors of the rainbow, he embodied all his creativity, talent and ability to think outside the box in them. He is a symbolist and impressionist, so the main emphasis is on color. He is a means of self-expression, which is trying to convey to us the audience.
Try to feel the spirit of the era in which the artist created, to understand the essence of everything that happens on earth, and his paintings will not be an extra incentive to this.
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