Russian hand painted lacquer plate from Palekh. He plate is made of papier-mache, hand-painted, NOT porcelain. Artist: The unique work of a married couple of Palekh artists Lyubimov.Measures: 200 mm (7.87 inch). Was born in 1945 in the city of Vichuga, Ivanovo region. Now he lives in the village of Palekh, Ivanovo region. Lyubimov's works are available in the state Museum of Palekh art. Was born in 1938 in the town of Slutsk, Bobruisky Region.
Now she resides in the village of Palekh, Ivanovo Region. In 1959 the artist finished the Palekh Art School where she studied under N. The graduation project of K. Luybimova was a miniature "Mermaid" by A. Luybimova was repeatedly awarded with the diplomas of the USSR Ministry of Culture for her successful work in Lacquer Miniature Art.The artist paints her works in the traditions of Palekh lacquer miniature, using tempera paints, gold paints and lacquer. Themes of her works are Russian fold fairy-tales, A. Pushkin's fairy-tales, Russian folk songs. Her favorite themes to depict are landscapes and fairy-tales. Lyubimova's works are exhibited in the State Museum of Palekh Art, in the Ivanovo Region Art Museum and in the Nizhny Tagil art Museum. While working on a lacquer miniature, Klara pays a special attention to the calligraphic painting of a landscape with gold paints. Beginning to paint, she intends to create a beautiful, well decorated box that could radiate goodness and optimism. The artist prefers to use in painting warm tones. Along with the traditions of Palekh lacquer miniature, she often applies in painting her personal technical methods, especially in decorating a composition with a golden paint.
Because of this unique and intricate gold painting, the viewer can easily recognize and remember works by Klara Lyubimova. Creativity of her works was influenced by works of such famous Palekh artist as A. In her free time the artist likes to meet with her friends and keep house. Klara wishes to all admirers of Palekh lacquer miniature the following: "I wish you were a little happier and kinder after looking at my works". Please, look at the photos.
All photos are real, you receive what you see on them. Sadko (Russian:) is the principal character in an East Slavic epic bylina. He was an adventurer, merchant, and gusli musician from Novgorod. There is also the Opera Sadko. Is an opera in seven scenes by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
The libretto was written by the composer, with assistance from Vladimir Belsky, Vladimir Stasov, and others. Rimsky-Korsakov was first inspired by the bylina of Sadko in 1867, when he completed a tone poem on the subject, his Op. After finishing his second revision of this work in 1891, he decided to turn it into a dramatic work.
The music is highly evocative, and Rimsky-Korsakov's famed powers of orchestration are abundantly evident throughout the score. According to the Soviet critic Boris Asafyev, writing in 1922, Sadko constitutes the summit of Rimsky-Korsakov's craft. From the opus 5 tone poem the composer quoted its most memorable passages, including the opening theme of the swelling sea, and other themes as leitmotives he himself set out to "utilize for this opera the material of my symphonic poem, and, in any event, to make use of its motives as leading motives for the opera". Time: The historical figure Sadko lived in the 12th century.Place: The action takes place in Novgorod and in the legendary realm of the Sea-King. During his years of travel he amasses a fortune, weds the daughter of the King and Queen of the Ocean and has other adventures. Upon his return, the city and Lubava rejoice.
Scene 1 The rich mansion of a guild in Novgorod. The wealthy Novgorod merchants congratulate themselves on their prosperity.Nezhata, a gusli player from Kiev, sings an heroic song. In reply, Sadko also sings, but the merchants laugh at him when he suggests that Novgorod would be more prosperous if a river joined Lake Ilmen to the ocean. Scene 2 The shores of Lake Ilmen.
Sadko wanders unhappily by the lakeside. His singing attracts some swans, one of which changes into Volkhova, the Sea Princess, who wishes to marry a mortal. She explains to Sadko how to catch three golden fish which will lead to his fortune after a long voyage.
The Princess promises to him to wait patiently for his return. At dawn, from the lake the voice of the Sea-King is heard.He calls his daughters home into the depths. The girls once again turn into white swans and swim away into the distance. Scene 3 An attic in Sadko's home (in Novgorod). Sadko's wife, Lubava, is missing her husband. She is happy when he comes home at last, but distressed when he announces his intention to leave immediately in order to seek his fortune. Scene 4 A pier in Novgorod (on the banks of Lake Ilmen). Merchants assemble at the quayside and Nezhata sings another gusli song.
The merchants deride Sadko when he explains how he will win his fortune by catching three golden fish. Sadko bets them that he can do this, and, after he is successful in catching the fish, he wins their ships to take on his voyage. He sets about gathering a crew for his voyage.Sadko decides to set sail for Venice. Scene 5 A peaceful expanse of the ocean.
Sadko's fleet of ships is returning home, laden with treasure, but becomes becalmed. Sadko's crew throw treasure over the side to propitiate the Sea-King, but no wind appears. Sadko is left behind, clinging to a log, when the wind suddenly picks up while he is overboard.
Scene 6 In the depths of the sea. The scene shifts to the realm of the sea-king, where Sadko sings to the king and queen, winning the hand of their daughter, Volkhova. The wedding celebrations become so boisterous that a storm springs up, sinking ships on the surface of the sea, and the realm of the Sea-King is destroyed. The end of the reign of the pagan king is heralded by an apparition of a Christian pilgrim (actually St Nicholas of Mozhaysk) Sadko and Volkhova escape the destruction on a sea-shell.
Scene 7 Novogrod, a green meadow on the shores of Lake Ilmen. Sadko is asleep by the lakeside. Volkhova watches over him and sings a lullaby. Lubava finds her husband asleep and wakes him: he believes that his voyage was nothing but a dream, but the sight of the new river and his fleet of ships convinces him that he really is now a very wealthy man.
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