Description of the painting by Nicholas Romadin “Fresh wind”

Description of the painting by Nicholas Romadin “Fresh wind”

Description of the painting by Nicholas Romadin Fresh wind

NM Romadin possessed an amazing sense of nature and very accurately conveyed the beauty of the surrounding world in an original style. His works are recognizable and unusual.

In the landscape, the main thing is to convey the mood of nature, and not just to depict its beauty. Romadin in his painting “Fresh Wind” displayed a pier on the shore of the reservoir. The river meanders and its rapids are visible, and on the opposite shore one can see trees and a flower meadow of bright yellow flowers.

In the foreground is a small log cabin, which is immersed in the water. The wooden pier is small, but serves as a haven for fishing boats. One boat lonely nailed to the shore, and the second, having dismissed the sail, headed deep into the river.

You can consider the silhouette of a man who masterfully controls a white sailboat. The sail catches the wind and signals its strength and power. The water surface is restless, the wind walks on its surface and raises small waves. It is raining, but he does not frighten the boatman, he went farther from the coast and the inclement weather only helped him.

The artist very realistically showed the weather and the mood of nature with the help of the water surface, which changes its shades and creates a sense of movement. The sky is overcast, but the picture is not overflowing with gloomy shades, on the contrary, bright accents are present and accurately convey the summer atmosphere.

The painter was able to convey this subtle state of the surrounding world, the freshness of the rainy day and the movement associated with the wind. The movement of the boat through the wind and rain speaks about the perseverance of a person in achieving his goal, despite the obstacles and difficulties.

The picture creates the general mood of nature, displays the open space, the infinity of the water surface and harmony that only nature can create. Man is a part of nature, therefore it harmoniously fits into the overall landscape.