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At the beginning of the 20th century, on the site where the summer amphitheater is now located, Larry’s circus, depicted in the painting “Circus. Etude." Yudel Pen - the first teacher of Marc Chagall. Yudel Peng studied at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg on the course of the famous Russian painter and teacher Pavel Chistyakov. At the same time, Valentin Serov, Mikhail Vrubel, Ilya Repin, the future brightest stars of Russian painting, studied at the Academy. “It is curious that Yudel Peng never sold his creative works, keeping them in his collection. And when one of his relatives asked him why he did not offer his paintings for sale, which could improve his financial situation, Peng, after thinking a little, replied: "Baby, I do not sell my inspiration."
Life-giving fire
At the beginning of the 20th century, on the site where the summer amphitheater is now located, Larry’s circus, depicted in the painting “Circus. Etude." Yudel Pen - the first teacher of Marc Chagall. Yudel Peng studied at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg on the course of the famous Russian painter and teacher Pavel Chistyakov. At the same time, Valentin Serov, Mikhail Vrubel, Ilya Repin, the future brightest stars of Russian painting, studied at the Academy. “It is curious that Yudel Peng never sold his creative works, keeping them in his collection. And when one of his relatives asked him why he did not offer his paintings for sale, which could improve his financial situation, Peng, after thinking a little, replied: "Baby, I do not sell my inspiration."
“Robert Rozhdestvensky was one of the three poets of the sixties who were lucky enough to meet with Marc Chagall and who dedicated their poetic lines to him. The poem turned out to be very warm, touching and with a touch of nostalgia. And after reading, the winged and aphoristic: "Aren’t you from Vitebsk?" Artist and bard Anatoly Protsenko with his daughter Varvara on a creative walk
Singer of love
“Robert Rozhdestvensky was one of the three poets of the sixties who were lucky enough to meet with Marc Chagall and who dedicated their poetic lines to him. The poem turned out to be very warm, touching and with a touch of nostalgia. And after reading, the winged and aphoristic: "Aren’t you from Vitebsk?" Artist and bard Anatoly Protsenko with his daughter Varvara on a creative walk
The station in Vitebsk appeared soon after the first railway passed through the city (1866). Marc Chagall traveled by rail to Petersburg-Petrograd (1907-1910, 1914-1918), Moscow (1918-1920) and Paris (1910)
Breathing
The station in Vitebsk appeared soon after the first railway passed through the city (1866). Marc Chagall traveled by rail to Petersburg-Petrograd (1907-1910, 1914-1918), Moscow (1918-1920) and Paris (1910)