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  • Vereshchagin Vasily Vasilyevich. Blue and white India !!

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    Vereshchagin Vasily Vasilyevich. Blue and white India !!

     
    The mausoleum of the Taj Mahal in Agra. 1874-1876
    Canvas, oil. 38 x 54 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow



     
    Moti Masjid ("Pearl Mosque") in Agra. 1874-1876
    Canvas, oil. 31 x 45 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow




     

    The throne room of the Great Moguls Shah Jahan and Aurang Zeba in Fort Delhi. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 39 x 45 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow





     
    Evening on the lake. One of the pavilions on the Marmara Embankment in Rajnagar (Principality of Udaipur). 1874
    Canvas, oil. 28 x 40 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow





     
    A rider-warrior in Jaipur. Around 1881
    Wood, oil. 45 x 37 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow



     
    Monastery Hemis in Ladak. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 28 x 40 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow






     
    Mountain stream in Kashmir. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 28 x 24 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow




     
    Indian motif. 1875
    Etude
    Canvas, oil. 40 x 28 centimeters
    Vyatka Art Museum. V.M. I am. Vasnetsov, Kirov




     
    Glacier on the road from Kashmir to Ladakh. 1875
    Etude
    Canvas, oil. 40 x 28 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow






     
    Rajnagar. Marble, embankment embellished bas-relief on the lake in Udaipur. 1874
    Canvas, oil. 28 x 40 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow





     

    Posthumous monuments in Ladakh. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 22 x 29 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow






     
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    dia. Snow of the Himalayas. 1874-1876
    Canvas, oil. 186 x 319 centimeters
    Nikolaev Art Museum. V.Vereshchagin, Ukraine




     
    Monastery in the rock. Ladakh. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 27 x 21 centimeters
    Kyiv National Museum of Russian Art, Ukraine




     

    Rider in Jaipur. Around 1880
    Canvas, oil. 45 x 37 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow




     

    The cart in Delhi. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 20 x 28 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow




     
    Mausoleum of the Taj Mahal. 1874-1876
    Canvas, oil
    State Central Museum of Musical Culture. MI Glinka, Moscow






     

    The cart of wealthy people in Delhi. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 28 x 41 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow





     
    Tomb of Sheikh Selim Chishti in Fatehpur Sikri. 1874-1876
    Canvas, oil. 46 x 34 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow





     
    The gate is near Kutub Minar. Old Delhi. 1875
    Canvas, oil. 36 x 28 centimeters
    State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow




     
    "Brahma temple in Udaipur. India"
    between 1874 and 1876
    oil, canvas 27.5 × 40 cm
    National Art Gallery of Armenia

  • About the sweet little girl

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    About the sweet little girl

    Pushkin's sermons
    About the sweet little girl



     Simon Soloveichik
     
    Let's read Pushkin. Two or three of his lines, even accidentally snatched, can create a good mood for the whole day:

    Forgive the light of day,
    Forgive the heavens a veil,
    A dumb night is haze, sweet day,
    Familiar hills, creepy deserted voice,
    The silence of the mysterious forest,
    And all ... Forgive me one last time.

    Everything is alive for Pushkin, everything moves and acts: the sun is a shining star, it is shining; night is mute; the dawn, that is, the dawn, is sweet; hills - their own, familiar; the stream flows, murmurs in silence - the poet hears the voice of the stream in the silence of the forest, as in the desert ... And the forest is silent, and this very silence is mysterious. There is nothing lifeless, indifferent in nature, everything is mine, everything is yours, everything is full of movement and joy.

    And the greatest joy is dawn, sunrise, sweet day.

    Have you ever seen the solemn sunrise, watched it, died down at the appearance of the smallest edge of the sun? And now it is expanding, now it is half-way, but everything has risen - the light of the day!

    The most deaf to music, the most stale person at this sweet hour of the day-house feels like a believing person in the church, he is ready to pray, he rises in his soul, seeing this triumph of light over darkness.

    So after all, our whole life, every minute is the struggle of light and darkness. A man is happy if he has always light feelings in his soul, if a sweet little girl fills him with joy every day, if he wakes up and rises with joy, with light, if he lives lightly and brings light to people. He is unhappy, who does not know this light, who is always sullen, dark with soul, suspicious and angry.

    Evil seems as if he is just, as if he is angry righteous, as if there is always something to be angry with. But in fact he was just angry, he was not captured by the sweet hour of the day, the light did not penetrate into his soul - and he lives like an extinct lantern. No, not just extinct, but one that does not exist in the physical world: a lantern spreading darkness, killing, destroying light.

    How to learn to live with the dawn? It does not mean to rise before everyone else and do not necessarily see the sunrise every day. But when you wake up, you can think of the sun that has risen or will soon rise, you can think about the light that the earth is full of, and about the light that's in your soul.

     He is, this light of the day-tree, he is in every soul, only it is necessary to see, to feel this light: he bears in himself forces. After all, all living things on Earth are therefore alive, that every day the sweet hour of the day comes.


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    A series of messages "Pushkin's sermons Simon Soloveichik":
    Part 1 - Pushkin Mary Heilmann art for sale

    's sermons ~~ Simon Soloveychik Part 2 - About Grace ... Part 25 - About the Duty of Love Part 26 - About Freedom in Chains Part 27 - About the sweet little girl

  • Now the summit of Antarctica is forever ours, like the Crimea

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    Now the summit of Antarctica is forever ours, like the Crimea

    Dmitry Bykov

    Dmitry Bykov suggested deputies Savchenko and Sidyakin, stuck in Antarctica, to send other "useful" officials.

    United Russia deputies Oleg Savchenko and Alexander Sidyakin were late for the opening of the spring session of the State Duma, as they stormed the Vinson peak in the Antarctic and strengthened the symbols of Russian statehood on its summit.

    United Russia proud couple,
    Renounce the usual benefits,
    Not for showers, not for PR
     I went to the peak, stuck a flag!

    What scope, what kinds,
    What an extreme - on that we stand!
    Now the top of Antarctica
     Forever is ours, like the Crimea.


    Another would be who asked sullenly:
    What, exactly, is the horn?
    And I say: the State Duma is necessary!
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    s exactly what is needed.

    And I without any reproach
     They would contain for good reason,
    To put the flag of the Motherland
     In hard-to-reach places.

    I see them on Mount Everest,
    At the bottom of the underwater abysses
     Or another distant place,
    Available only for authorities.

    Let it be without stupidity, without hypocrisy,
    Barren valor are true,
    They fly as far as possible
     From him is a trusted country.

    Antarctica, where the darkness is pitchless,
    Penguins, snow and blocks of ice,
    Just enough sinless,
    So that they go there.

    The limit of Edrosian desires,
    Blessed island, a new light,
    Where there are no gays, and fueling,
    And there are not even liberals!

    I would not spare millions,
    To get them sparvadili from us.
    And many heads of regions
     There would have been just right.

    (c) http://echo.msk.ru/blog/bykov_d/1477398-echo/