вторник, 31 августа 2010 г.


Ryabushkin... Very... very Russian artist. He felt life of Russia and people very sensitively. I can't tell better and realy- he loved his Motherland. Maybe it's heard rather loudly, but it's better word here. Unlike artists, named "Peredvizhniks", Ryabushkin painted life of Russia in light and bright colors, he showed light sides of life. Of usual life of different kinds of people. As person he was very quiet and modest man. Ryabushkin loved painting, but not honor and PR.
Maybe because of it he is great and famous, but not wellknown. His artworks available in general museums of Russia as Moscow Tretyakov Gallery  and Russian Museum of St. Petersburg.
Intresting feature of his life: When he graduated from Moscow Academy of Fine Arts with exelent mark, he was awarded a journey to Europe. But Ryabushkin  refused to go. He preferred to travel the ancient  towns of Russia.  These little, quite  and unknown towns, shapes of them lived in Ryabushkin Arts. It was his real mission.

 Russian women of XVII century in a church. (1899)

 Wedding procession in Moscow XVII century. (1901)

 Foreighn ambassadors comming. XVII century.

 Moscow street. Holydays. XVII century. (1895)

 Family of Russian Buisnesman XVII century. (1896)

Portrait of artist Andrey Ryabushkin.

 Photos imported from website  http://tphv.ru/ryabushkin.php
Article by artist Andrey Lyssenko  Art by Dinasty Lyssenko

четверг, 12 августа 2010 г.

понедельник, 9 августа 2010 г.


 Chistyakov- Academic of Fine Arts. Teacher of Realism Painting. His pupils were such famous artists as Repin, Serov, Surikov, Vrubel  and more other...

"Fine, but offline"- often told Chistyakov about "realistic to death" art.
"Real, right art isn't deathly copy of nature. Art is product of soul, man's spirit.
Art is those sides of human soul what rise him up under all things of world.
Art must show best inner features of human and of space."

He liked hard critic of "empty-paintings". He constantly reminded that painting isn't "estetic joke".
Painting wants for committed and for everytime work.

Ilya Repin. "Portrait of Chistyakov".

среда, 4 августа 2010 г.

вторник, 3 августа 2010 г.


Intresting topic- forgotten artists... I have large book "Forgoten artists". And what? Some of them often are not worse than wellknown artists. But their situation of life, maybe features of inner nature stood them in 'second train" in art …history... Of course, career of artist impossible to see without supporting of "powerfull persons of world". Here we can see that artists of "first train" were supported by kings and "palace people", "second train"- who were supported by strong merchants... and etc... Miracle to see unknown artwork of anknown artist in museum, allthough it was bought somwere " in boulevard" many times ago... Of course, in whole part "suporting" helps and for creative growth too... more opportunities for development outlook... 

Artist Andrey Lyssenko 2010. www.lyssenko.ru