The London Blitz, circa 1940.
Boris Zvorykin - Illustration to “The Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights” by Alexander Pushkin, 1890th
That’s good example of so-called “russian style”, that was created in the end of the 19th century. Well, not created - reconstructed.
Zvorykin was the first one who introduced medieval and traditional Russian painting to the modern art.
A gift to any liturgical lovers out there — a 3 min video of the Sarum Rite (Use of Salisbury) High Mass being celebrated at Merton College, Oxford on the Feast of Candlemas, 1997.
Kiyoshi Awazu, poster artwork for A new spirit in Japan, Juraku, 1970s.
Frida Kahlo (1907-1954, Coyoacán, Mexico) - What The Water Gave Me, 1938 Paintings: Oil on Canvas