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  • 1. British Art
  • 2. Our life seems to be impossible without art.
  • 3. Art penetrates into all spheres and sides of our life and makes it brighter, richer and more intellectual.
  • 4. Painting in England began to develop later than in over European countries. Painting in GB in the 17th-19th centuries is represented by a number of great artists.
  • 5. Sir Anthony Van Dyck (1599 - 1641) the father of the English portrait school
  • 6. His most famous works are: his self portrait
  • 7. «Portrait of the Man»
  • 8. «Charles I»
  • 9. William Hogarth (1697 - 1764)
  • 10. Among his best works are: «Captain Coram»
  • 11. «The Shrimp Girl»
  • 12. «Mode Marriage»
  • 13. Thomas Gainsborough (1727 - 1788) • A good amateur violinist and a lover of drama, he was an artistic person by nature.
  • 14. Richard Sheridan
  • 15. London Academy of Arts
  • 16. Thomas Gainsborough is acknowledge as an excellent women painter. ”Mrs. Siddons”
  • 17. “Two Daughters” are among his best creatures.
  • 18. His portraits are painted in clear tones in which blue and gray predominate. One of his best pictures is the famous “Blue boy”
  • 19. His other masterpiece is “The Portrait of Duchess de Befou”
  • 20. He was one of the first English artists who painted his native land. The best landscape of his are: “Watering Place” and “Harvest Wagon”.
  • 21. William Joseph Turner (1774 - 1851) was the greatest English romantic, landscape and marine painter.
  • 22. During his life Turner created some hundreds of paintings and some thousands of water-colors and drawings. Some of his famous pictures are: “The Fighting Temeraire”
  • 23. “Rain, Steam and Speed”
  • 24. “Light and Color”
  • 25. “Fisherman at Sea”
  • 26. “Calais Pier” is one of his greatest creations.
  • 27. So if portrait painting is one of the glories of English art, landscape is another: in both directions it rose to supreme highs.
  • 28. Thank you, for your attention!

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