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A magnificent landscape painted by a talented oil artist on canvas. Looking at such works, inevitably you begin to think about how to create such a thing is simply impossible. Physically not subject to humans. Klodt is a true indisputable master of a realistic landscape and this picture is vivid proof of this. So clearly, clearly, carefully drawn all the nuances. Every detail comes to life under the brush of the author, due to the naturalness and accuracy of image transmission.
The main idea of the picture is oaks. Many powerful, tall and stunningly beautiful trees that make up the grove. Even the bark on tree trunks is depicted with all the cracks and indentations, grooves, growths. The artist thought through and depicted everything. Oak crowns are magnificent in their grandeur and splendor. Massive, voluminous, they cover the tree and make you feel the person next to you completely insignificant and small.
It was for this contrast that the artist depicted rural children under one of the trees, two of whom are sitting on the grass under an oak tree in front of the stream, and one girl is moving away from them along the path between the trees. Against the backdrop of mighty oaks, they look tiny. A stream with a small wooden bridge over it is shown calm, without ripples in the water. This underlines the calm, calm weather. Reflections of oaks and coastal stones are traced in the creek. Somewhere in the distance, several cows graze, one of which drinks water from a stream.
On the left side of the picture, in the shade of the trees, a small log hut, without windows, is drawn non-residential. More like a neat and pretty closet. In the background of the picture is the horizon line on which the sky and the vast expanses of Russian fields meet. The sky is quiet, light blue with small soft white clouds. The whole landscape is flooded with a steady radiance of sunlight.
The overall impression of the picture is very good. She gives peace, tranquility, joy and admiration.
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