Description of the painting by Konstantin Yuon “March sun”

Description of the painting by Konstantin Yuon March sun

Yuon’s painting The March Sun is one of his most famous works.

Painting is striking in its realism. The viewer seems to be on the other side of the picture. The canvas depicts an amazing state of nature.

Early spring is coming. Snow still lies in huge snowdrifts, lies on the roofs and branches of trees. But the March sun begins to shine brightly, quite spring-like. The bright rays of the March sun illuminate the roofs of the home, the crowns of trees and, of course, the snow, which sparkles under the hooves of horses.

That horse creates a special mood of this picture. The viewer can imagine a light hoof crunch in the fresh, frosty snow. On horseback sits a couple of guys.

Probably, they went on a horse ride in such a beautiful weather, rejoicing in the first spring sun.

Landscape leaves only positive emotions. The artist reflected the vision of the day landscape in the picture with exaggeration. The snow has become even whiter, the trees – even brighter, and the horses – blacker.

With the help of these exaggerations of the brightness of the images is the overall picture. Bright colors give a certain kind of decorative shade, but this does not detract from its value and quality.

The landscape reflects the joy of awakening the beautiful nature of the Moscow region after hibernation. Winter has not yet left its rights, but the first steps to warmth have already been taken. And let these first sunshine be like the first timid declaration of love, but they will surely get stronger and begin to warm, melt the cold snow, and fervent streams will again run along the streets.

The picture leaves the viewer only pleasant emotions – he feels the warm breath of spring, its smell. The landscape evokes vivid memories of the awakening of nature, its flourishing. Contemplation of the picture causes a feeling of joyful anticipation of the onset of a warm spring. Dali Salvador

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