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Isaac Levitan

Iscaac Levitan was a renown classical Russian landscape painter, he used the so-called genre of  “mood landscape”. – I’m assuming these are paintings depicting the various moods of a human according to the images. (Please correct me if im wrong). Some artworks which involve religious or fantasy topics use the quality of dim night-light to…… Continue reading Isaac Levitan

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Ivan Aivazovsky

Ivan Aivazovsky was born on 29 July 1817. Renowned as a Russian painter – one of the finest master of marine art. Marine art is basically paintings, drawings sculptures etc which are derived from inspirations & ideas related to the sea. Now Aivazovsky was born at the Black sea port, could this be why he was…… Continue reading Ivan Aivazovsky

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Once People – by Yevgeny Yevtushenko

Once people get under my skin, they never find the exit. They romp around, fill my insides with their song and dance, make lots of noise, using my dumbness as their cover-up. I’m full to bursting with wise men and fools- they’ve utterly exhausted me! So much so that my skin’s quite worn through by…… Continue reading Once People – by Yevgeny Yevtushenko

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Marco Ruffo and Pietro Solario – Palace of Facets

Pietro Solario was born in Carona, Ticino, he apprenticed under his father Guiniforte Solari, who himself was an architect and sculptor. In 1476, he was hired to continue the construction of the Duomo di Milano. In 1487, he was invited to Russia by Ivan III to construct the walls and towers of the Moscow Kremlin. Within the next…… Continue reading Marco Ruffo and Pietro Solario – Palace of Facets

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Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli & Giacomo Quarenghi

I adore architecture such as beautiful cathedrals, churches, mosques, palaces and castles and these two men have to be my favourite architects. Mainly because they planned and constructed the Winter palace. Now for me the Winter Palace is a dream. I one day (hopefully) shall visit it and when I do I’ll probably cry. I know…… Continue reading Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli & Giacomo Quarenghi


Young Goethe in love

Hey everyone, so I thought I would share my views on a movie I watched recently. It’s not a movie that was released this year, it was released around about 6-7 years back.Now I’m more of a ” I want to watch the latest movies” but this caught my eye and had been on my…… Continue reading Young Goethe in love