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Marina Mnishek Tower in Kolomna

Painting, 1970-th

Description of the artwork «Marina Mnishek Tower in Kolomna»

Sorogin Gennady Pavlovich, Honored Artist of Russia (1930-2004)
The artist was worried about different aspects of life. He responds to the events taking place around him, his gaze was fixed on the historical past and future. A deep philosophical perception of the world can be seen in the work of the author. For each painting, for each plot, he was looking for his own unique plastic language, special technique and his own unique flavor. The genres and themes of the artist's works are diverse: historical, genre
painting, religious genre, landscape, portrait, still life. Wonderful preparatory drawings, sketches, are often independent completed works.
View of Kolomna in the 70s In the well-known painting "Marina Mnishek's Tower in Kolomna", the artist's innovation and creative search were clearly manifested. The viewer's attention is attracted by the colorful, sonorous, coloring. Living plastic language. Movement, expression and, at the same time, monumentality, stability, power of large forms. Unusual technique.
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Art form: Painting

Subject and objects: Landscape, Architecture, Genre scene, Urban landscape, Historical scene

Style of art: Impressionism, Realism, Romanticism

Technique: Oil

Materials: Canvas

Date of creation: 1970-th

Location: Tatyana Sorogina