RUSSIAN SPRING IN RUSSIAN ART – May

May in Russia is about Labor Day and Victory Day, about eating outside and smelling the roses (well, ok, lilacs and tulips mostly). It’s about long days, first thunderstorms and getting the taste of Summer up ahead. 

Byalnitzky

Dacha House in the Garden, by Vitold Byalynitsky-Birulya.

Kwindji

Birch Grove, by Arkhip Kuindzhi.

Forest in the Spring, by Stanislav Zhukovsky.

Gathering Storm, by Ivan Shishkin.

A May Evening, by Igor Grabar.

levitan

Flowering Orchard, by Isaac Levitan.

Russian Spring – April

Russian Spring – March

Russian Winter – 2

Russian Winter – 1

Russian Autumn – 1

Russian Landscape throughout the Year

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43 thoughts on “RUSSIAN SPRING IN RUSSIAN ART – May

    • I know a lot of works or at least all the prominent artists by heart (I love art) and bc they’re old, they’re usually in public domain, so I just pull them from whenever.

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