lacalaveracatrina:

Nikolay Dubovskoy, “Vodopad Imatra” [ Imatra Waterfall ], 1893.

lacalaveracatrina:

Nikolay Dubovskoy, “Vodopad Imatra” [ Imatra Waterfall ], 1893.

[Vladimir Kush]
pixography:

Vladimir Kush

pixography:

Vladimir Kush

cudne-manowce:

by Vladimir Kush, a Russian surrealism artist

cudne-manowce:

by Vladimir Kush, a Russian surrealism artist

pmikos:

Alexey Korzukhin
 Before Confession (1877)

pmikos:

Alexey Korzukhin

 Before Confession (1877)

russiansoil:

"Volga"
Mikhail Nesterov / 1905

russiansoil:

"Volga"

Mikhail Nesterov / 1905

post-impressionisms:

The Road in the Rye, Ivan Shishkin. 1866.

post-impressionisms:

The Road in the Rye, Ivan Shishkin. 1866.

drawpaintprint:

Ilya Repin: Follow Me, Satan (Temptation of Jesus Christ) 1891,1895,
1901-1903

Get Away From Me, Satan, (ca. 1901)

blindingpies:

Николай Никанорович Дубовской. Притихло. 1890

medievalpoc:

eastasianstudiestumbl:

I just happened across this series entitled After Master by Yin Xin. By far my faourite is the Birth of Venus. Yin has taken classic master paintings and replaced their Western subjects with Chinese ones. LOVES IT. 

  • Top is Birth of Venus by Boticelli.
  • Dejeuner Sur L’Herbe by Manet.
  • Venus and the Lute Player by Titian
  • Mona Lisa by Da Vinci

Contemporary Art Week!

Xin Yin

After Master

If anyone has an official website for this artist, let me know and I will add it here.

medievalpoc:

1800s Week!
Ilya Repin
Negrityanka (Negress)
1876
Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
thetimewhenyou submitted to medievalpoc:



Since it’s a 19th century week, I wanted to share something I saw in the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. I really don’t know much anything about this painting, exept that it’s probably painted either in St. Petersburg or in Paris, where Repin moved in 1876. Here's the wikipaintings page of the painting, and this is where I found the image.





Orientalism

medievalpoc:

1800s Week!

Ilya Repin

Negrityanka (Negress)

1876

Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

thetimewhenyou submitted to medievalpoc:

Since it’s a 19th century week, I wanted to share something I saw in the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. I really don’t know much anything about this painting, exept that it’s probably painted either in St. Petersburg or in Paris, where Repin moved in 1876. Here's the wikipaintings page of the painting, and this is where I found the image.

russian-style:

Leonid Brahilovsky - The Blue Moscow, 1920th

russian-style:

Leonid Brahilovsky - The Blue Moscow, 1920th

plutorising:

Winter landscape, Alexey Savrasov (Алексей Саврасов)
1880-1890

plutorising:

Winter landscape, Alexey Savrasov (Алексей Саврасов)

1880-1890