Description of the artwork «Yakovlev, A. E. and Shukhaiev VI (harlequin and Pierrot)»
In this painting, the two artists Yakovlev revive the classical form of the portrait. In the early 1910's artists played in the "House of interludes" in St. Petersburg in A. pantomime Schnitzler's "Scarf Columbine": Yakovlev in the role of harlequin, the two artists in the role of Pierrot. Their double self-portrait – tribute to the passion theatre.
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Encyclopedia of Styles
Neoclassicism is a complex term. In art history, Neoclassicism is usually called a movement of the second half of the XVIII – the first third of the XIX century, coinciding with Jacques-Louis David 's era and coming after the early Classicism. Russian art historians consider Neoclassicism to be an artistic phenomena of the last third of the XIX –early XX century, reinterpreting the canons of…