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Dancing with Swans.

in Oil by Tatiana Rezvaya No Artist Reviews
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Each of my works is original, one of a kind - I am not making copies or prints of them, so you will possess a unique piece of Art. From the series of works on "Male Ballet Dancers / Dancing With Birds", which is a modest tribute to one of the greatest dancers in history, Rudolf Nureyev, the most recognized name in the world of Ballet. Ballet ...
An Eternal Art of Beauty. The exquisite magic of the ballet does not leave anyone indifferent. For centuries in the fine arts, many artists enthusiastically work with the theme of ballet, trying to use all their skills to convey the beauty and expression of movement. Amazing paintings and photographs of various artists, styles and trends tell about the everyday life of the great ballet, where under the light of the ramp there generously gives her skill to the audience an unearthly, airy Ballerina. And it's natural - before and during the Balanchine era, the ballerina was queen bee of ballet’s realm. In the 1960s, Nureyev and other male dancers began to realign the 19th-century classics, bestowing more dancing upon their own central male roles. Thus, gone is the mold were ballerina was its protagonist, and the male danseur was destined to live in her shadow - he started to speak his own, powerful and bright language of body. Dancing with Birds. We have always envied birds their wings. From angels to superheroes, avian-human hybrids have been fixtures of myth, legend and art. The desire to fly is an idea handed down to us by our ancestors who... looked enviously on the birds soaring freely through space... on the infinite highway of the air. If not for birds, where from would the idea of flight come to human minds? We owe it to birds, as well as we owe them the lessons of music and dances - birds are probably the only really singing and dancing creatures on the planet. Watching birds dancing, people adopted their "body language" - dancing for expression of their emotions. Please view other works from the series Male Ballet Dancers in my gallery.

W 29.00" x H 34.50"
W 73.66 cm x H 87.63 cm
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About the Artist

Tatiana REZVAYA. UK Born in 1943 in the USSR. My mother - Klaudia Osheva, a professional artist, so from my early years I got grips of what "a magic of creativity" means. My father- Professor, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Ornithologist - hence my passion for birds and Nature as a whole. ...

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