RUSSIAN SUMMER IN RUSSIAN ART – August

As Summer draws to a close, the Russian landscape begins to reflect a quiet sadness, before experiencing a new jolt of energy in the Golden Autumn. The harvest, chilly mornings and heavy clouds, tired green foliage and first fallen leaves, the rain and the last rays of proper summer sun – this is August in the Russian countryside.

Noon in the Neighborhood of Moscow, by Ivan Shishkin.

Noon in the Neighborhood of Moscow, by Ivan Shishkin.

Wet Meadow, by Fyodor Vasiliev.

Wet Meadow, by Fyodor Vasiliev.

Deep Pond (Omut), by Isaac Levitan.

Deep Pond (Omut), by Isaac Levitan.

After the Rain, by German Tatarinov.

After the Rain, by German Tatarinov.

Rain in the Oak Grove, by Ivan Shishkin.

Rain in the Oak Grove, by Ivan Shishkin.

Summer Evening on a Lake, by Stanislav Zhukovsky.

Summer Evening on a Lake, by Stanislav Zhukovsky.

Russian Summer — July

Russian Summer — June

Russian Spring — May

Russian Spring – April

Russian Spring – March

Russian Winter – 2

Russian Winter – 1

Russian Autumn – 1

Russian Landscape throughout the Year

 

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