The Arts Of Russia Essay Research Paper — страница 2

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Crystallizing his style early, as in Candles in the Dark, he later developed subtle variations. His numerous works represent characteristically vivid recollections of Russian-Jewish village scenes, as in I and the Village. His works have been displayed all over the world. A canvas completed in 1964 covers the ceiling of the Opera in Paris, and two large murals hang in the lobby of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. His works have influenced many of the artists in his era. Some of his influences have reflected on the works of Edvard Munch “The Scream” and Vincent Van Gogh “Starry Night”. His works are displayed in Museum of Modern Art, New York City and the Art Institute of Chicago. His Biblical themes characterize a series of etchings executed between 1925 and

1939, illustrating the Old Testament, and the 12 stained-glass windows in the Hadassah Hospital of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. In 1973 Mus?e National Message Biblique Marc Chagall was opened in Nice, France, to house hundreds of his biblical works. As you could see, Russia’s culture has influenced many other places and is further spreading. Many Russian writers like Anton Chekov had his works on stages of famous places such as Broadway in New York City. A writer by the name of Fedor Dovskoevsky has written loads of books, from which a quantity of books have been translated to 150 Languages.