3D video projection on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the greatest marine painter - Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
In 2017 was the 200th anniversary of the birth of the famous Russian painter Aivazovsky, the author of more than 6 thousand paintings and grandiose paintings dedicated to the elements of the sea and the Russian fleet.

In collaboration with the State Art Museum of the Khanty-Mansiysk Okrug - Ugra, a projection video of the unique stock works "Living Canvases" was made.
Pictures used in this video:
Early morning by the sea (Seaside view). 1850-1860 years
Aivazovsky's art heritage includes about six thousand paintings, including battle scenes and land landscapes.
Calm off the Crimean coast. 1899 year
Aivazovsky portrayed both formidable surging waves and the calm sea, conveying the mood of a changeable sea element.
Above the horizon, the artist draws swirling clouds, reflected on a calm, with light ripples surface of the sea.
Italian landscape. Evening. 1858 year
The artist depicted the Alps, visible in the distance, and the mirror-like surface of Lake Lago Maggiore. In the image of one of the rowers, you can recognize a comrade of Aivazovsky, the artist Vasily Sternberg, and at the wheel - the author himself. The painting was based on the memories of the years of a foreign trip spent by the artist in Italy.
Among the waves. 1898 year
At the age of 81, the artist spent only 10 days on creating the painting. It is hard to believe in it looking at the huge picture of rough sea waters. The canvas was one of the most beloved by the master and was personally bequeathed as a gift to his native city - Theodosius.
Sunny day. 1884 year
Aivazovsky could incredibly accurately see and convey the state of the sea. He knew many secrets and tricks that helped him depict transparent waves and the atmosphere.

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