Monumental painting – painting on architectural structures and other stationary foundations. The main technique of monumental painting is a mural, which, together with mosaics and stained glass, is more often called monumental and applied art.
The tradition of painting walls and ceilings dates back to time immemorial. Traces of culture to decorate your home with objects of art reach us since the time of the Paleolithic. Often they had sacred and ritual meaning. Numerous cave paintings have survived to this day and have been sources of inspiration for artists for many subsequent centuries.
Studying the history of ancient cultures, we everywhere meet with monuments of monumental painting. They not only give us artistic pleasure, but Continue reading
About a trip to the exhibition of May Volfovich Danzig, held at the National Museum of Belarus in Minsk in the fall of 2015 and dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Master.
We planned a trip to the anniversary exhibition of the national artist of Belarus May Volfovich Danzig at the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus from the very moment we learned that it will be held in the fall of 2015. I really wanted to get to the Opening of the exhibition on October 15, but our own exhibition in Moscow did not allow this to be done. However, this turned out to be for the better. Firstly, we came to the museum on a rainy weekday exactly 10 minutes after its opening, and although there was already a small queue at the box office, there Continue reading
What fundamentally different modern approach to home design from previous periods? A resident of a modern metropolis pays great attention to the functionality of his home, of course, seeks to make it attractive and harmonious. Nevertheless, the main difference of our time is a clear division into useful and demon, functional and decorative, necessary and not so.
A wealthy Renaissance homeowner could hardly have imagined such a fractional picture. In his understanding, the ideal home was to harmoniously combine architecture, functionality and decor. Works of art were an integral part of the equation, testifying not only to the individuality of their owner, but also about his position in society, the size of his condition, the diversity of interests and the presence or absence of taste. Behind all this was a person’s desire to turn his life into art, to give it the greatest Continue reading