“October”, Tatyana Nilovna Yablonskaya – overview of the painting

“October”, Tatyana Nilovna Yablonskaya – overview of the painting
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  • Posted by Tatyana Nilovna Yablonskaya
  • Museum: Private collection
  • Year: 1995

Overview of the painting :

October – Tatyana Nilovna Yablonskaya. Oil on canvas

   This picture was written by the famous Soviet and Ukrainian artist in 1995, 10 years before her death. At this time, she was already a very young man – she was 78 years old. However, this canvas cannot be said. It is filled with light and an amazing lyrical mood for autumn.

   October is the best autumn month. The street is still warm, but nature slowly, gradually fades, dyed in warm golden tones. The sun is still shining quite brightly, making the air transparent and light. Trees are painted in golden tones and gradually lose foliage.

   This particular moment is captured on the canvas. We see the opened glass doors, and behind them only trees covered with only rare golden foliage. There is practically nothing more, except that a simple white vase standing on the edge of the windowsill is not the same with the same golden leaves, not with small flowers. The rest of the world is melting in space, leaving the viewer alone with his majesty October.

   It seems that the whole picture is written only in different shades of yellow. In fact, it is, but only with careful consideration can you find small clutches of other shades, however, in a minimal amount. But they play the role of the canvas, which holds this golden madness within, gives it shape and shape.

   Thanks to the abundance of golden tones, the canvas makes a joyful impression, the mood improves from looking at it.

   The picture is written in broad free strokes, in it the direct influence of French impressionism is guessed. The artist in her work united completely incomparable and uncountable things – socialist realism and impressionism, post-impressionism. It turned out to be very good for her. The result was just great.