RUSSIAN AUTUMN IN RUSSIAN ART part 1

As Russia is steadily descending into the Grey season, here are a few last glimpses at the Golden Autumn.

Golden Autumn by Isaac Levitan. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

Golden Autumn by Isaac Levitan. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

Autumn. Birches in a fog. by Vladimir Krayevsky. Image credit: Art Russian.

Autumn. Birches in a Fog. by Vladimir Krayevsky. Image credit: Art Russian.

Golden Autumn by Vasily Polenov. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

Golden Autumn by Vasily Polenov. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

Autumn in Abramcevo by Vasily Polenov. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

Autumn in Abramcevo by Vasily Polenov. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

Golden Autumn by Ilya Ostroukhov. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

Golden Autumn by Ilya Ostroukhov. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

October by Isaac Levitan. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

October by Isaac Levitan. Image credit: Wikipaintings.

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27 thoughts on “RUSSIAN AUTUMN IN RUSSIAN ART part 1

  1. I had to do a double-take on the second one cos I thought it said ‘bitches in the fog’ when I first read it! 🙂 Beautiful paintings – getting greyer here by the day too. 😦

  2. Haha you’re the second Russian on my WordPress feed who posted the Golden Autumn picture. You all just can’t get enough, can you?

  3. Gorgeous pictures, makes me want to grab my paintbrush! Rome is not quite at the Golden Autumn stage yet, trees are just starting to go. Can’t wait, it’s my favourite time of year 🙂

    • It really is pretty…and it’s supposed to be +15C this weekend, so I might actually stop my bitching and moaning about the weather for a couple of days!

  4. Even if it (in wordpress, for example) are determined very good photographs of autumnal landscapes, so I’m always surprised by how much atmospheric such a landscape is, when it is painted. It must surely be the feelings of the artist, which he is into its work on the image, which makes the difference. As good a photo may be, in the end it is always just a click, the picture of a moment.

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