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Portrait of Bia de Medici, Agnolo Bronzino, 1542

Portrait of Bia Medici - Agnolo Bronzino. b4x48Working for Duke Cosimo I de Medici Agnolo Bronzino, like many court painters, he sought to convey in portraits not so much the inner world of a person as the feeling by those whom he captured of their high position. From here - some detachment of the people depicted by him.
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State Museum of the East, Moscow

The State Museum of the East was organized back in 1918, which means that very soon it will celebrate its centenary. Today it is located in the famous “Lunin House” and is always ready to offer its visitors a fascinating meeting with the art of Japan and China, Iran and India, countries of Southeast and Central Asia, the Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Kazakhstan, etc.
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Portrait of a man with an arrow, Hans Memling

Portrait of a man with an arrow - Hans Memling. 31.3x25.1 The creativity of Hans Memling, the leading Dutch painter, is represented in the National Gallery in Washington quite fully - only collections of Belgian museums can be compared with this collection. Memling achieved outstanding success in the field of portrait genre and contributed greatly to the development of Dutch art, preparing its heyday in the 16th century.
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Self-portrait-grotesque, Paul Gauguin, 1889

Self-portrait grotesque - Paul Gauguin. 79.2x51.3 Paul Gauguin throughout his life repeatedly performed his own portraits. It was painted in a small village in Le Pudaldo, where the artist stayed with friends. The innkeeper asked them to paint walls and furniture. On the oak cabinet door, the master wrote his self-portrait “Self-portrait-grotesque” filled with well-known symbols.
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Portrait of V.S. Surikov, Repin, 1877

Portrait of the artist Vasily Ivanovich Surikov - Ilya Efimovich Repin. 62.5 x 215 cmPortin's Surikov portrait by Repin - an undoubted success of the artist. The master of psychological portrait perfectly conveys the character and temperament of his colleague. Repinsky Surikov is full of strength and ambition. Black hair, a fashionable beard, puffy red lips, a slightly full face, black eyes - spoke about the fullness of health, about the prime of life of the hero.
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