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Description of the monument to grandmother in Belgorod

This sculpture is considered the warmest and most touching in our country. The composition is represented by one character - this is a grandmother sitting on a bench. Made a composition of bronze, its weight is three hundred kilograms. The opening ceremony was held in Belgorod on the fourth of August 2005 before the celebration of the city's day.
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Description of the painting by Ivan Kulikov "Spring"

The artist Ivan Kulikov always admired the vastness of our country. Russia, famous for its natural wealth, was also the birthplace of a people with a proud and unyielding disposition. The traditions of Russian people, as well as their simple everyday life, were an inexhaustible inspirational source of creative fantasies of the famous painter.
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Description of the painting by Mark Antokolsky “Nestor the Chronicler”

Work on the sculpture was completed in 1890 and executed in a realistic manner. Chronicler depicted sitting at the table. His head is slightly tilted, and the figure is natural. The look expresses sadness and meditation. Absorbed by his work, Nestor Pechersky looks a little tired and humble. The ascetic robe of the old man is accurately conveyed by the sculptor Antokolsky.
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Description of the painting by Simon Ushakov “Our Lady of Vladimir”

The famous Russian icon painter Ushakov created a huge number of skillful icons. His work is done in a classic church style. Icon paintings by Simon Ushakov sparkle with gold and precious stones. The master was able to choose the right colors to convey the magnificence of biblical characters and scenes. One of his wonderful works is the icon of the Virgin of Vladimir.
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Description of the painting by Giotto “Madonna and Child with Two Angels”

The famous image of the Madonna sitting on the throne was painted in Florence by the skilled painter Giotto Di Bondoni. As historians have established, work on the mural was completed around 1310. The artist made it specially for the Franciscan church. When creating the “Madonna Onisanti”, the author adhered to the traditional iconographic canons in creating her image.
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