Painting II Shishkin “Forest Dali” praises the beauty of the Ural nature. The view of the plain opens from an elevation, therefore, wonderful distances are opened to the viewer’s eye. There is a lake in the distance. Despite the fact that the lake is depicted in the background, it is one of the important semantic accents of the picture. The lake reflects the sunlight, illuminating the picture with some unusual pacification. The viewer feels the smell of lake water, cool light wind on a hot sunny day. The color of the sky changes from blue to pale pink at the horizon. But this is not the color of summer sunset. This is the early morning, which descends on the pristine, pristine nature of the Ural mountains. The sun gradually rises above the horizon, but it is hidden by light clouds. It is still not so light and there are no bright sunshine, but the viewer understands that a hot day is coming under the scorching rays.
On the tops of the trees light mist descends. Distant forest species are shrouded in blue haze. The colors of green are striking variety. The juicy, bright grass, slightly dried and scorched by the scorching sun, with all its appearance emphasizes that the canvas depicts the height of summer. Majestic trees seem very small. But the scale of the forest going deep into the picture is impressive. It seems that this forest is simply endless. Its borders go far beyond the canvas. Distant views merge with a strip of horizon.
In the very background, it is no longer possible to discern whether the forest continues there or whether it is hills covered with fresh grass. Views of beautiful nature evoke pacification and tranquility. The spectator will certainly want to lie on this forest lawn, look at the tops of tall trees, sit near a clean mountain lake. It seems that in this forest there is not a soul. He is still and silent. A lone bird soars in the sky.