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Молдавский художник выпустил календарь с изображениями старинного Кишинёва

Молдавский художник выпустил календарь с изображениями старинного Кишинёва

К 580-летию столицы художник Геннадий Шонцу выпустил календарь с изображениями старинного Кишинёва. В большинстве своём в календаре изображены разрушенные за последнее столетие здания. По подсчётам художника, только за последние 10 лет столица лишилась десятой части исторических памятников. Художник Геннадий Шонцу начал писать свои картины старинного Кишинёва пять лет назад. “У нас в городе были здания, … Continue reading

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    Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper is one of the most admired, most studied, and most reproduced paintings the world has ever known. But no matter how many times you've seen it, we'll bet you don't know these details. 1. It's bigger than you think. Countless reproductions have been made in all sizes, but the original is about 15 fee […]
  • Reuven Rubin - Israeli painter
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  • Ark of the Covenant
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