Painters Paintings Konstantin Makovsky (1839 – 1915): The Russian Bride’s Attire, 1887 or 1889, oil…
Painters Work Konstantin Makovsky (1839 – 1915): The Russian Bride’s Apparel, 1887 or 1889, oil on canvas, 279.four x 373.four cm (110 x 147 inches), Legion of Honor, San Francisco.
#KonstantinMakovsky #Makovsky #Artwork #Artists #Painters #Work #Arthistory #pittore #pittura #pintor #pintura #peintre #peinture #Arte #artista #Russian #RussianArt #Modernart #Maler #Malerei #Realism # #masterpiece #masters #RussianBridesAttire #SanFrancisco #LegionofHonor #apparel #realists “This life-sized portray attracts a viewer into the snapshot second as a Russian bride is being ready for her marriage ceremony and never wanting terribly completely happy about it. Her sister is at her knees attempting to console her whereas her father or the groom is attempting to barge his method in however is stopped by one of the attending girls. This was a historic portray when it was executed (1887), depicting a Romanoff marriage ceremony within the early half of their dynasty within the 1600s (Aleksey Mikhailovich to Maria Miloslavskaya). The portray is wealthy in shade, element and personalities. It is enjoyable to only stare at it and picture what every character within the ensemble is pondering. Step as much as the portray in order that it fully fills you visible area and one can find that you just too turn out to be a part of the portray.” (Greg Stern)
The portray is fairly massive and covers virtually the whole wall it hangs on within the museum.
There are no less than two variations of this portray. There’s the massive model, which is situated within the Legion of Honor, and there’s one other one. It was performed in 1884 and is considerably smaller, at 92 х 145 cm. This one is situated in a museum within the metropolis of Serpukhov, near Moscow, in Russia.