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Published on August 19, 2018

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Slide1: 156 La femme en rouge Slide2: Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) Marusya. 1913 Slide3: Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) Slide4: Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) In the garden Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) The girl in the red Slide5: Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) Portrait Slide6: Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) Mother and daughter Elena Kiseleva La belle Hortense, 1908 Slide7: Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) Trinity day (sketch) (1907, Voronezh museum) Slide8: Elena Kiseleva (Russian, 1878–1974) The bride. Trinity Day 1907 Slide9: Vasily Tropinin (Russian, 1776 – 1857) Portrait of Kiseleva Vasily Tropinin Portrait der Madame Botsigetti, Gouvernante der Töchter Slide10: Emzar Khabuliani (Georgia, 1963) Slide11: Emzar Khabuliani (Georgia, 1963) Emzar Khabuliani (Georgia, 1963) Slide12: Ilya Zomb (Russian, 1960) Ballet studio in South Orange Slide13: Ilya Zomb (Russian, 1960) Time When Red Ibises Come Flying Ilya Zomb Observing the metamorphoses of painted lady Slide14: Ilya Zomb (Russian, 1960) Scene of pastoral yoga in orange county Slide15: Ilya Zomb (Russian, 1960) Warmup and Stretch before Contemplation Slide16: Ilya Zomb (Russian, 1960) Where Charles River Begins Slide17: Nicolae Vermont (Romanian, 1866-1932) Letter from the front Slide18: Nicolae Vermont (Romanian, 1866-1932) Letter from the front Slide19: Norik Dilanchyan (Armenia, 1958) Norik Dilanchyan (Armenia, 1958) Slide20: Norik Dilanchyan (Armenia, 1958) Slide21: Norik Dilanchyan (Armenia, 1958) Slide22: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide23: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide24: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide25: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide26: Born in Moscow, Russian artist Tatyana Markovtsev immigrated to the USA 15 years ago, and now she lives in Chicago. Interestingly, she is a self-taught artist, and her main profession is Software Engineer. She is becoming one of the most interesting artists-minimalists of today Slide27: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide28: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide29: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide30: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide31: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide32: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide34: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide35: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide36: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide37: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide38: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide39: Tatyana Markovtsev is able to express powerful and complex human feelings just via a few elegant lines, capturing a wide variety of human emotions with amazing simplicity and clarity. Tatyana literally makes viewers feel the lines of her works Slide40: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide41: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide42: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide43: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide44: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide45: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide46: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide47: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide48: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide49: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide50: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide51: Tatyana Markovtsev - Russian Minimalist painter Slide52: Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: Dmitri Hvorostovsky - Farewell, Happiness, a folk song a capella; Do Not Awaken Memories (Bulakhov) .2018

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