Published: March 26, 2012

Pavel Leonov painting at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art

Chronicler of the missing state - Soviet Union - Pavel Leonov, creates a picture in which there is peace and harmony, and good triumphs over evil. Approval of an optimistic start his art have in common with the traditional folk culture. Holy faith in the communist dream Leonov makes the charm of folk paintings of the monument.

In the painted panels, encyclopedias Leonov realities of life are intertwined with dreams and memories. A favorite trick of the artist - the deployment of the plot in the frieze compositions. A characteristic feature of the painting is not so much Leonov hues as decorative quaintness shows.

The glorification of Russian life, folk life with its joys and prosperity for all available original works realized in the village painter.

Creativity Paul Leonova takes a prominent place in the history of naive art and is in line with the work of the leading masters of the genre - Henri Rousseau and Niko Pirosmani.

The exhibition of naive art painter Pavel Leonov's last at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art until December 5.

/ / Radio, "Culture"
November 12, 2005

By AnnaDanko


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October 25, 2015

At last, soemnoe who knows where to find the beef


October 27, 2015

Thanks for coituibrtnng. It's helped me understand the issues.

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