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.
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20 thoughts on “RUSSIAN SUMMER IN RUSSIAN ART – August”
I’m gonna go for the second one and the last one. Do you do next day delivery?
Sure, no problem, spanky 😉
Spanky?! I’ll take the second 😉 Bidding war…
That was definitely an unexpected hit from the line-up…
That’s just a personal bonus from me.
I refuse to believe summer is over…..
But I’ll that that second picture any day.
I didnt expect the rainy meadow to get so much love!
I love rain!!!
I do too – that’s why my fave here is the 5th!
Those are beautiful. My favorite is the third one.
Summer did seem to come and go quickly this year.
At least Moscow got a proper one, unlike last year. But I am still not ready for winter!
Rain the Oak Grove is my absolute favourite!
Finally some Shishkin love!
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The fourth one is incredible!!
Just feels so wet and summery, right?
Yess!! How can someone paint it so real like this? Incredible!