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Master Architecture

The site is dedicated to populizatsii and promotion of art by contemporary artists of St. Petersburg. The website featuring the work of sculptors painters have great experience in the production of works of art. About the work sculptors of this article is, in more detail with us can be found by visiting our website. Sculpture thorough and extremely financially. Creating the product, the Master spends a huge amount strength and energy is sometimes extremely titanic work craftsman. In order that would handle the product of wood, stone must expend considerable physical effort.

For comparison, say the work of the sculptor, with a picturesque art and graphics work that is abstract and more refined. Other areas of art rather show how it should be something or other work, and sculpture makes it into the material. The big difference sculptural work lies in its material opportunities to touch it, feel the fullness of all shapes and sizes. For what would sculpture for the viewer to feel the need not only to see it but feel it inner self, as reflected in the product. That you could fully understand the sculpture should merge with it to become those whom it represents. Understand all the tension poses, facial expressions and feel based on the understanding these factors to understand the emotional and semantic identity depicted in sculpture. Participation in the architecture of sculptural works is a great place, because the sculpture has a corporeal and material form. Indeed, thanks to its architecture, sculpture acquires finality of lines and shapes, fit it into an architectural ensemble, which determines the size and location of the sculpture.

Great importance to the expressiveness sculpture has a certain architectural structure of its tasks. Another case, a sculpture for the full manifestation is necessary to rely on the architectural design. In this case, of primary importance in determining the architecture takes on a sculptural composition. On the other principles pushes the creation of small-scale sculpture. Then, as a large sculpture is in close conjunction with the architecture, a small statuette can pick up and rearranged in a more pleasing place for you. Largely depends on a small statue of the interior of the building, rather than as a large sculpture of architectural options for the overall solution. Statuette can literally pick up and look at it from all sides, touch all the nuances of the work. But, as with any product artists, small sculptures such as bears the imprint of his hands and mind of the author. Monumental sculpture is meant by a reflected the will of the people, while the statue conveys the world of the sacred, the individual open to one person. Pedestal base for the sculpture is of great importance in understanding for the viewer. Functionally, the pedestal has the same value as the frame for a painting. The value of the pedestal, and in architecture and sculpture is of crucial importance at the time of placement of sculptures in the environment. The pedestal must be in harmony with the surrounding architecture that combines both sculpture and environment sculptures on pedestals no wonder they write not only the name of the sculptor, but also the name of the architect who took part in the process of natural product placement in the City landscape.

Gardening Hobbies

Gardening Hobbies

Gardening activities should remain a source of pleasure and not forced or slave labor. The concept and creation of private gardens for people with disabilities. General model does not exist, since each garden is unique. His sizes are proportional to the owner to take care of him. Need to participate in the assessment of movement problems mentioned features, aptitudes, personal needs and adapting the garden to all listed. In short, a garden, a source of entertainment and enjoyment, should be simply organized space and provide very little maintenance – these are the two major factors that must be taken into account. Garden should break on a flat surface, arranging an imperceptible slope of the mouth at home for water runoff. Not recommended: hilly, slopes, hills, winding ragged paths – are usually landscaped gardens, as they may become a source of difficulty for the owner of garden care, increased stress and increase the likelihood of an accident.

To ensure that movement through the garden paths should be straight and intersect one perpendicularly. Should provide enough space for that on the chair could unfold. For the owner and his entourage should be able to move along the main avenue of means, it should be wider than other lanes. Access to the garage should provide exit seat of a vehicle drove up. You also need to install on the edges of tracks curbs to indicate the direction. Slopes must be equipped rails, if the slope is too long, provides an intermediate area for recreation.

Manfred Courbet

Manfred Courbet

“The peculiarity of the bridge of the Renaissance is that it largely built of bricks, “- explains Courbet. Then it was rather unusual, but probably the builders simply did not have enough stones. Therefore, only a single reinforcing struts are made of natural stone. “As I convinced on the spot, not a few bricks with masonry downstream side of the bridge. Koch Industries wanted to know more. “However, it has no impact on the stability of structures, he promises. Bill of 100 euros architectural style of the baroque bridge Construction on the bill of 100 euros is probably from the architect Jean-Rudolf Perroneta (Pont de Neuilly, in 1772). “This bridge was built in a stunning ratio of 9 to 1,” – says Courbet.

It describes the ratio of the length of the arch to the thickness of the support. Since then, according to Kurbahu hardly had information about the static, it would be on time for this risky venture. “The architect was a lover of big O,” – says Courbet. During the national holiday wooden support structure with a large roar exploded. Still, the show was well prepared: “The day before the architect had already secretly unlinked forests of the bridge,” – says Courbet. Therefore, the bridge during construction blasting forests, however, could also collapse. Bill of 200 euros Although the UK is not included in the eurozone, but the image of the bridge on the bill of 200 euros reminds Kurbahu the interesting design of Thomas Telford (Spey-Bridge, Craigellachie, Schottland, 1814).

Bridge constructed during the reign of industrialization. This is a very typical design for the time, which, however, has an essential singularity. “In like a tower of support young people spending the night under the protection of the parapets,” – describes its Courbet observations on the spot. Another bridge, which would fit under the bill to the tune of EUR 200, was built in 1870 in Cahors – a railway bridge. “France has been a leader in building bridges with steel reinforcing braces,” – says Courbet. Alternatively, Manfred Courbet also suggests possible to consider the Dresden bridge ‘Blue Wonder’. ‘Bridge’ Blue Wonder ‘is also unique and stylistically also be approached exclusively. “Bill of 500 euros on the Bridge most expensive in the present euro banknote is her ideal model is likely a bridge near the town of Le Havre (le Havre, Port de Normandie, 1995). ‘This is a very luxurious cable-stayed bridge, “- says Courbet,’ which is also the largest in Europe.” Why designer Kalina notes could elect this type of bridge construction for the most expensive banknote? Because it symbolizes the relationship between the European countries or, because such a wonderful example of architecture as rare as a bill of 500 euros. But all this is just further speculation.

Medieval Castles

Medieval Castles

All the castles and fortresses in Sweden and Finland can not tell you – it is only in the southern province of Skane to hundreds more. Although the fate of many medieval castles and fortresses evolved in a similar way – right after serving residence of the monarchs, or noblemen, castles and prisons provide their premises and warehouses, until finally they were not turned into museums – each lock has its own history, architecture, interior design, each has its own peculiarity. For example, the palace Taksinge – Nesbyu (Taxinge – Nasby) famous for its cafes, which represents the widest range of baking in Europe: every day is offered at least 40-50 different varieties of cookies, cakes, pastries and cakes. In southern Sweden preserved not typical for the country "fabulous" fronts with turrets and stepped roofs. And Finland is known for gloomy medieval Borg. Many Scandinavian locks are now privately owned, and get there can be only on special days or upon request – the good, and the Finns and Swedes, despite the conventional wisdom about their isolation, are often happy and willing to show their homes. Very popular and conferences in these buildings: the company is actively renting the whole entire palace for a few days, so that any employee could experience the royal life conditions. Finally, the popularity of these conference hotels prompted many zamkovladeltsev rebuild their mansions in the "usual" hotel, is now available to tourists from around the world – because it's nice to spend the weekend in the same room where he once lived in one of the richest people countries – and, perhaps, himself a monarch … More information about medieval castles of their architecture and history you can read in the pages of the blog oldcastles.ru. Here you will become the most famous castles, and various movies and music on the theme Middle Ages.

Italian Baroque

Italian Baroque

Art of Modern Times. Baroque. The historical background of the formation and development. Baroque in art late works of Michelangelo Buonarrotti considered a prerequisite for the emergence of the Baroque style. In unlike classicism, evolving in parallel, of baroque features a speaker and contrast, high spirituality and at the same time sensual relationship to the real world. The art of 17 century AD are flexible and ambiguity: being dramatically different from each other in the "purest" his expression, stylistic forms of baroque and classicism often approach each other, forming a kind of fusion of individual works. For Baroque architecture is characterized first and foremost a great emotional excitement, a pathetic character image.

This impression is achieved by a huge massive scale buildings, exaggerated monumentalizatsiey forms dynamics of spatial construction, high volume plastic expressiveness. Spatial solutions become extraordinary complexity, in the plans predominate curved shape, the walls of buildings bent, among them how to grow cornices, pediments, pilasters, half-columns, the windows are framed by architraves variety of forms and niches decorated with statues. Overall impression of rapid movement and wealth motives are supplemented sculpture, painting, moldings, trim a variety of materials – colored marble, stucco, bronze. Add to this picturesque contrasts light and shade, perspective and illyuzionisticheskie effects. Activation of Catholicism in the ideological struggle for power has once again manifested itself in the pursuit of the church vozdeystovat the masses through art, which in religious propaganda is always assigned important role. The most consistent artistic policy of the church was carried out in Italy. In monumental sculpture and, above all in the works of L.

Bernini, the most striking characteristic form of embodied features of the Italian Baroque: The idea of the triumph of the mystical, irrational beginning of real, earthly world, exaggerated, designed to shock the viewer, ecstatic expression of images, the dynamics of violent forms. In painting, the baroque important contribution made by the Bologna academics: Carracci brothers, Guido Reni. In contrast to the art of Italy clearly appear the specific features of the Baroque Art in Flanders. According to its concept, which is close to the official style of Catholicism, the Flemish art is distinguished above all the exceptional strength of life-affirmation. In the work of Rubens and other masters Iordansa characteristic of the Baroque concept of the antithesis of the earthly and mystic, real and illusory, even in the paintings on religious subjects expressed more outwardly, without going into the tragic dissonance.