Smolensk in the early 17th century.

Canvas on a stretcher
Height 100 cm, width 150 cm
Presence of frame: yes
Having a mat: no
Year of creation: 2015
3 641.13 $

Description of the picture

In this work, I show how Smolensk looked like when viewed from the Zadneprovskoe Posad at the very beginning of the 17th century, when the Polish intervention was still five years away. The construction of the Smolensk fortress has already been completed ( only it remains to finish painting it). It is presented to the viewer in its full mighty beauty (at that time it was the most powerful fortification in Europe). The war's troubles had not yet come to her. We are looking at a prosperous, beautiful Orthodox Russian city where peaceful life flows smoothly.

Artwork «Smolensk in the early 17th century.», Painting at style Realism, Oil, Height 100 cm, width 150 cm.
1 comment
Evgeniya Krylova
Evgeniya Krylova
18 April 2024, 15:18
Прекрасная работа!!!