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|St.Katharina church on the Nevsky prospect from the clock tower of the Duma|
(1996, cartoon, oil, 40 x 50 см)
|The Church of St. Catherine on the Nevsky prospect. View from the clock tower of Duma.|
(1996, cardboard, oil, 40 x 50 cm)
Opuls again managed to find a height in the city - with a sketchbook he took a place on the tower of the Duma. Here he had a beautiful view on the Church of St. Catherine. It is one of the first Catholic cathedrals which was built in St. Petersburg. The Church of St. Catherine is one of the biggest cathedrals in the Russian Federation, it is bigger than the Moscow cathedral. It was built by order of Catherine II.
Winterhalter clock on the town hall is winded every 15 days, and the clock-winding team is fond of painting :)
The clock of that company is also on the tower of the Moskovsky railway station, оn the Admiralty and Peter and Paul Fortress. See other pictures.
The painting was successfully used for the work with children in kindergarten on the mini-exhibition of the artist (2015).
The painting is involved in the personal exhibition of Sergey Opuls "Easter Light", CDC "The Seagull", Kupchinskaya st., April 1-10, 2016.
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Questions to Opuls
Question: What plots do you represent in the pictures?
Golden Eagle on the sleeping river (2012)
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