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worldpaintings:

Nikolay Dubovskoy (Russian)
Rainbow, c. 1892, oil on canvas, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Nikolay Dubovskoy (Russian)

Rainbow, c. 1892, oil on canvas, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Steve Mackins
Sunrise Swan, watercolour and acrylic on canvas, 14 x 11 inches, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Steve Mackins

Sunrise Swan, watercolour and acrylic on canvas, 14 x 11 inches, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Vladimir Kush (b. 1965)
Heavenly Fruits
“Every man will be awarded according to his work” - this is a well-known biblical precept. And, indeed, the pickers’ labor in the painting is crowned with well-deserved fruits. The key point of the picture is the exchange of roles between the Sky and the Earth. Their mutual exchange symbolizes the cosmic unity that man is able to produce.

worldpaintings:

Vladimir Kush (b. 1965)

Heavenly Fruits

“Every man will be awarded according to his work” - this is a well-known biblical precept. And, indeed, the pickers’ labor in the painting is crowned with well-deserved fruits. The key point of the picture is the exchange of roles between the Sky and the Earth. Their mutual exchange symbolizes the cosmic unity that man is able to produce.

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worldpaintings:

Nikolay Dubovskoy (Russian)
Rainbow, c. 1892, oil on canvas, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Nikolay Dubovskoy (Russian)

Rainbow, c. 1892, oil on canvas, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Steve Mackins
Sunrise Swan, watercolour and acrylic on canvas, 14 x 11 inches, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Steve Mackins

Sunrise Swan, watercolour and acrylic on canvas, 14 x 11 inches, private collection.

worldpaintings:

Vladimir Kush (b. 1965)
Heavenly Fruits
“Every man will be awarded according to his work” - this is a well-known biblical precept. And, indeed, the pickers’ labor in the painting is crowned with well-deserved fruits. The key point of the picture is the exchange of roles between the Sky and the Earth. Their mutual exchange symbolizes the cosmic unity that man is able to produce.

worldpaintings:

Vladimir Kush (b. 1965)

Heavenly Fruits

“Every man will be awarded according to his work” - this is a well-known biblical precept. And, indeed, the pickers’ labor in the painting is crowned with well-deserved fruits. The key point of the picture is the exchange of roles between the Sky and the Earth. Their mutual exchange symbolizes the cosmic unity that man is able to produce.

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