Shishkin, Ivan Ivanovich always admired the expanses of the Russian land. He painted landscapes and conveyed through them his attitude to nature and its endless beauty. This artist takes the first place among the most powerful and talented landscape painters of Russia.
The author perfectly understands the plant forms and conveys their natural details. Every shadow and absolutely every leaf is in its place. Everything is as created by nature itself.
Oaks Shishkin I. I. painted in 1891. He was admired by these perennial giants who grew majestically in old Peterhof. These trees, of course, have seen a lot in their lifetime, their powerful crown rising up.
The author paid particular attention to drawing details. The leaves and bark were drawn to the smallest detail.
Under the oaks green and yellow vegetation. The landscape turned out to be sunny, only the trees themselves cast huge shadows on the ground. Because of this, it is not clear this afternoon or early morning. In order to naturally transmit natural vegetation, it is necessary to understand and admire it. This love was present in the heart and soul of the artist, who skillfully lay down in artistic creations.
The branches majestically occupy the center of the picture. Ivan Ivanovich regularly walked around these places and always took a canvas and paint with him. He spent hours in front of the landscape he liked to select the most appropriate time of the day. Everything is natural in his paintings.
Some critics even say that this plausibility makes it difficult to perceive the general character of the canvas. But can one not understand love, quivering feelings for trees and the whole of nature? His paintings are, thanks for the surrounding landscapes, which never bother. He was able to see the beauty in the environment, not everyone can admire the foliage and the perfect texture of the trunk.