LSR: Sleeping Beauty`s Dream. This painting is from Fairy Tales Cycle of 2018-2020 years, dedicated to allegories and metaphors of today, that... Read More
LSR: Sleeping Beauty`s Dream.
This painting is from Fairy Tales Cycle of 2018-2020 years, dedicated to allegories and metaphors of today, that have similarities with the heroes of famous fairy tales.
This series of paintings is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Russian Imaginism, a literary trend in poetry of the early 20th century, the purpose of which was to create an image, and metaphors served as the main means of expression.
These direction in poetry originated in 1908 in England in the Poets' Club of London as Imagism and in 1918 in Russia in Moscow as Imaginism. Russian imaginists gathered in the famous Pegasus Stall Cafe, which was located on the corner of Tverskaya street and Gnezdnikovsky lane in Moscow.
The main representatives of the trends in Russia were formerly a member of the group of new peasant poets Sergei Yesenin, Anatoly Mariengof, former futurist Vadim Shershenevich and in England - the english poet Thomas Ernest Hulme, american poet Ezra Pound, Thomas Stearns Eliot and Richard Aldington.
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