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Painting, XX century, 10×12 cm

Description of the artwork «Road»

Painting "The Road" Painted by Honored Artist of Russia G.P. Sorogin. On a historical site. This road in the Kolomensky district, going from the famous Maiden Field. Along which Prince Dmitry Donskoy led his army to Kulikovo field. in this remarkable work, the continuation of the artist's theme dedicated to the great heroic past of Russia, inextricably linked with our Kolomna, embodied in his other great epic painting "For the Russian land! Entry of Dmitry Donskoy with an army to Kolomna" and a sketch for it, which looks like a complete independent work.
Through the openwork of gray-winged mists,
Sadness abandoned villages
Turquoise lakes in dewy grasses
You are looking at predawn Russia.

What is the coming day for you?
How many new worries and worries?
What the runner conceals in the unknown
The call of the roads we have not traveled?

How many crossroads, crossroads await
Misconceptions, slanderous rumors?
The rune lines shine along the route
Like palm signs of fate.

But I'm not looking for a stranger's fate,
No matter how difficult the path fell out to me.
I dream of your forests, valleys,
I can't breathe sweeter air!

My dear land, beloved to pain
I have grown together in my soul since childhood with him,
When you were spellbound in an open field
With your witch's aroma!

Endless flying space
White-trunked thin birches,
Churches of gold-domed chimes,
The purity of unhidden tears

Forever you love me, Russia,
And I have no strength to part with you!
Keep the coveted Light, Messiah,
What the Lord gave you.
T. Sorogina.
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Art form: Painting

Subject and objects: Landscape

Style of art: Classicism, Realism, Romanticism

Technique: Oil

Materials: Canvas

Date of creation: XX century

Size: 10×12 cm

Location: Tatyana Sorogina

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