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In the Salon on Rue de Moulins, Toulouse-Lautrec, 1894

In the Salon on the street de Moulins - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. 111.5x132.5 The existence of brothels in 19th-century France caused fierce disputes between those who defended them and those who demanded their closure. He simply depicted the reality in which the inhabitants of these houses lived and worked. The artist often visits brothels, and especially this one, on the street de Moulins.
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Borghese Gallery, Rome

The aristocratic Borghese family is known to everyone who has at least something to do with the world of art. If the mention of the names Santi, Caravaggio, Lotto, Alani, Bernini and Canova is in awe in your heart, then the Roman gallery of Borghese is the place you should definitely visit. Art lovers coming to Rome should not miss such a chance!
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Roerich Museum in New York

There are not many visitors - a little over 200 people a week. Here now is what remains of the 29-story skyscraper of the Roerich Institute and the museum, which housed over 1000 of his paintings. Roerich in the United States had once influential patrons, one of them was Minister of Agriculture Henry Wallace, who financed an expedition to the Gobi Desert to search for drought-resistant herbs.
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Ballet Class, Edgar Degas, 1881

Ballet Class - Degas. To draw attention to the main thing on this canvas, the artist painted a bright yellow belt and the same bright pointe shoes of the ballerina on the left. But this turned out to be not enough, and therefore Degas, wishing to enhance the effect, divides the picture diagonally into two almost equal parts - into a sublime, fluttering, bright left and chaotic, crumpled right.
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Description of the painting Kustodiev Maslenitsa, 1916

Shrovetide - Boris Mikhailovich Kustodiev. 61x123 Canvas of the painter, graphic artist and theater artist B. Among them, the central place belongs to the image of the Russian Pancake Week with horse riding, fist fights and booths. This holiday for the artist is like a carnival, in which everything is decorative and beautiful: people richly dressed in colorful shawls and fur coats walk; horses rushing, decorated with ribbons, bells and paper flowers; and even nature itself put on its best outfits.
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The work of the artist Paolo Veronese, paintings and biography

Paolo Veronese (real name Paolo Cagliari) is a native of Italy, a vivid representative of the late Renaissance. Gabriele and Katerina had his fifth son. The Paolo family hails from Lombardy, but owing to the service of his father and grandfather, the future artist entered Verona, where the family remained. Paolo studied with the architect Michele San Michele, but he did not like this profession.
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