Naitonal Library of Belarus
MINSK, 26 January (BelTA) – The exhibition of ebook illustrations titled as Fantastic Wild World: Animalistic Style in Visible Arts has opened within the Tremendous Arts Studying Room of the Nationwide Library of Belarus. It’ll keep open till four February, BelTA realized from the Nationwide Library of Belarus.
For a lot of centuries the range and great thing about animals, their superb varieties and weird varieties have impressed painters and designers, sculptors and jewelers. The exposition is constructed to the chronological precept from antiquity to the current, which allow us to hint the evolution of the picture of the animal within the works of various eras and types, within the traditions of the West and East. Guests will see the reproductions of primitive cave work, the traditional Egyptian Sphinx and the god Anubis with the top of a wolf, a picture of a sculpture of the well-known Capitoline Wolf, the Nationwide Library mentioned.
The exhibition highlights Renaissance animalistic photos as Woman with an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci, Hare by Albrecht Durer, The Hunters within the Snow by Pieter Bruegel. The occasion attracts consideration to the searching scenes created by Peter Paul Rubens, Monkeys within the Kitchen by David Teniers the Youthful, the sculpture Loss of life of Adonis by Giuseppe Mazzuola, quite a few photos of horses and riders (works by Eugene Delacroix, Theodore Gericault, animalist George Stubbs). Camels, donkeys, giraffe of the Georgian primitive artist Niko Pirosmani don’t go away anybody detached. The works of contemporary masters are additionally represented (installations by Damien Hurst, works of picture artists, and many others.).
The exhibition shows reproductions of work by Russian painters, corresponding to The Horsewoman by Karl Bryullov, Morning in a Pine Forest by Ivan Shishkin, Shearing of Sheep by Pavel Kuznetsov, Bathing of the Purple Horse by Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, photos of sculptures by Peter Klodt, the works by the graphic artist and animal sculptor Vasily Vatagin, the caricatures by Victor Chizhikov, and in addition photos of animals in structure.
The exhibition additionally brings highlight on the photographs of animals within the works of Belarusian artists Marc Chagall, Elena Los, Leonid Schemelev, Nikolay Seleshchuk, Anatoly Kontsub, Vladimir Akulov, sculptures by Vladimir Zhbanov, sculptures of horses by Sergey Bondarenko, mythological creatures by graphic artist Valery Slauka.
The exhibition additionally presents the manuals on how to attract home and wild animals, birds and bugs and in addition colourful encyclopedias about uncommon and endangered species of animals a major a part of which is dedicated to the fauna of Belarus.