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|Icebreaker "Soviet Union"|
(2019, canvas, oil, 36 x 49 см)
|The seventh work of the Arctic plein air 2019.|
On the seventh day of the Arctic plein air, there was an early march across the railroad tracks and downright excitement of steam locomotives and trailers, wishing to leave and enter the port by all means before six in the morning! The goal was the embankment with the icebreaker "Lenin" and the eternal worker - the port with cranes and faucets ... For a long time the artist could not give preference, but the opinion about "pretty lively geese"))) outweighed. This refers to port cranes.
Therefore, Sunday even before the long-awaited Murmansk heat wave began with work with the port ...
“It was some moment of the morning dawn sun, when the fire was poured into the captain's cabin of the icebreaker, standing sadly in the port and waiting to be cut on needles, which I caught!
The moment that remained in eternity.
And in the picture in the foreground there is a large silhouette of the nose of my other beloved A / L "Lenin".
And in the middle plan of the port water ... No photograph can capture such a moment on all plans, but in painting it is possible. "
As an accompanying song, the author chose the song "My address is not a house and not a street, my address is the Soviet Union")
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Questions to Opuls
Question: What plots do you represent in the pictures?
Near the Salar-river in Taschkent (1979)
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The art isn’t a mirror, it is not obliged to reflect all indiscriminately (Emil Krotky)