Первый слайд презентации: Famous Russian painters
Presented by students from 26-F Avramenko Egor, Barishev Igor, Bondarenko Anton
Слайд 3: The Ninth Wave
The Ninth Wave (Russian: Девятый вал, literally The Ninth Wave) is perhaps the most impressive and well-known painting by Russian marine painter Ivan Aivazovsky ; it was painted in 1850.It depicts a sea after a night storm and people facing death attempting to save themselves by clinging to debris from a wrecked ship.The painting has warm tones in which the sea appears to be not so menacing and giving a chance for the people to survive.This painting is sometimes called "the most beautiful painting in Russia".
Слайд 7: Morning in a Pine Forest
The Morning in a Pine Forest (Russian: Утро в сосновом лесу ) is a painting by Russian artists Ivan Shishkin and Konstantin Savitsky. Savitsky has painted the bears, but the art collector Pavel Tretyakov effaced his signature, stating that "from idea until performance, everything discloses the painting manner and creative method peculiar just to Shishkin " so the painting is now credited solely to Shishkin. The Morning in a Pine Forest turned very popular, being reproduced on various items, including the "Clubfooted Bear" chocolates by Babayevskiy. According to one poll, the painting is the second most popular in Russia behind Bogatyrs by Viktor Vasnetsov. Shishkin's similar paintings are the Forest in Spring (1884) and The Sestroretsk Forest (1896).
Слайд 11: March
I think that the best work of Levitan is "March". It is one of the most popular paintings in Tretyakov Gallery. We can see bright spring morning in the picture. And we can seea brown horse and an old house in the middle of the landscape. But we can feel something strange, which makes us happier. We feel how nature is waking up after a long deep dream. It is the main idea of this picture. Levitan tries to show us the most beautiful moment in the nature`s life, the time when the nature becomes alive again. Isaak produced this picture in bright colors. He tried to use thin brushes because he wanted to show us the beauty of snow. The snow is not white. It has many shades: yellow, green, red and so on. Most people like this painting and can stand in front of it for many hours admiring its beauty.