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Not every person wondered which of the Russian artists is still popular today. Whose works are discussed most of all because they reflect the hopelessness, hopelessness and vileness of today's Russian life?
We are talking about a Russian artist named Vasily Perov. It was in his work that depression, life and the relations of some classes to others were most transmitted during the artist's life.
These include the picture "Arrival of the camp." This painting was completed and presented to the public back in 1857. The style that its author used during creation is realism.
Vasily Grigorievich Perov is the illegitimate son of one authoritative and powerful baron Kridener. He received his nickname, namely, “Perov,” from his person close to him - the clerk-teacher. This nickname was given to him by the clerk-teacher for the fact that Vasily Grigorievich is fluent in the pen and zealously studies with him.
Throughout his life, until moving to another country, to France, Perov tried to study and was a handsome man. Moreover, he did not fight the regime and the injustice in Russia that surrounded him throughout his life. However, after he went to Paris and returned back, he realized how complicated and illogical life was in his native country. But he could not do something, so he tried to pour out all his pain, bitterness and discontent through his paintings.
One of the works of art is the arrival of the camp. In its concept, it is similar to all the other works of Perov. It clearly shows the injustice and the difference between several classes. One side serves, the other side does everything so that this helpfulness is submissive and limitless. In each movement of the picture, the reproach of the abomination and vileness of being of that time and modernity is visible.
Composition by Shishkin’s Landscape