Description of the painting by Alexei Kondratievich Savrasov “Rasputitsa”

Description of the painting by Alexei Kondratievich Savrasov “Rasputitsa”

Description of the painting by Alexei Kondratievich Savrasov Rasputitsa

The life of Alexei Kondratievich Savrasov in the village of Pokrovskoye-Area, near nature, made it possible in particular to consider the changes taking place in the environmental forms. In the painting “Slough”, the magnificence of the master’s professionalism, his Emotions of tone and illumination are shown. The feeling of vernal and magnificent changes is filled with the everyday rural view depicted in the work.

Everything that existed earlier in the village turns out to be transformed by almost solar coloring. The predominance of dark turquoise paint, consistent with the uniform technique of landscapes, the work “Rasputitsa” implies a free view of the road with already melted snow. Snow is visible everywhere: near the huts, birch trees and on the way home. The abundance of grayish colors gives the picture the authenticity of a warm, but still winter day. It is not difficult to study the edge of the forest, which is enveloped in a dense bluish shroud of fog.

Delicate technique drawn slender birch. The style of the artist is determined by the heyday of his work. All images present in the picture are actively involved in the construction of the space of the picture. The search for a pictorial tool helps in this work to see Savrasov’s desire to recognize the living features of nature. For many, this mystery has remained outside of scientific research. “Thaw” is a unique work that allows you to visit the free emptiness and beauty of the surrounding nature.

Creativity Alexei Kondratievich Savrasov permeated purity of twilight. The landscape painter of the time of the 50s clearly expressed the accuracy of the onset of night, and nature became before the viewer with all its invisible beauty. Russian painter felt the nature, as if he was connected with it entirely. Landscape professionals evaluated the painter’s paintings as a holistic phenomenon of nature and man.


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