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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky ... Are there any other associations with this name besides the sea? Everyone knows that Aivazovsky wrote the sea very realistically and beautifully.
Calm, lush, dark and bright, this artist showed us the sea from different sides, at different times of the day, in different countries. The seas and oceans inspired him, and now all of us are inspired by his paintings.
The painting "Constantinople at Dawn" was painted in 1851, the work was done in oil on canvas. The painting has an average size of 107 by 145 cm. This painting is called the "pearl" of the works of the marine painter.
The artist depicted us a calm sea surface. Dawn. Several ships arrive at the port, a boat approaches the box. The sun is just waking up, and Constantinople is also waking up with it, the outlines of which are visible on the horizon. Constantinople is once the richest, most majestic city of the Byzantine Empire. But in this picture, Constantinople is visible to us as a quiet, calm city that is about to wake up.
Aivazovsky represented in his paintings a sea of different colors, from black to sky blue. But in this picture, the sea is yellowish from sunlight. The dawn of the author of the picture is a pale pink and peach color. The picture looks so realistic that you might think that this is a photograph. Aivazovsky was so able to convey colors. One color fades into another. At the same time, some kind of fuzzy mixing does not work, but beautiful smooth transitions turn out.
Aivazovsky’s sky is as beautiful as the sea. On the horizon of this picture you can see how the scarlet sun rises. The sky is lit up with different warm shades. From bright orange to pale pink. There is still little light in the picture, because according to the plot, dawn is only coming. Therefore, the brightest spot is the center of the picture, where the sun appears.
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