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NATURE AND HUMAN ATTITUDES IN PAINTING REFLECTION

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Nigmatov Ulug’bek

Rubric:Visual Arts
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The purpose of the research: This article analyzes the artist's feelings, experiences, imagination and fantasies to be reflected on a surface or space in lines, colors, black and white paints, volumetric or non-volumetric, colored or colorless forms.

Research methods: analysis, synthesis, observation, comparison, conversation.

Research results: As a result, the attention is drawn to the fact that the best works of Uzbek artists of this period are worked out with their own style, expressive images, high professional skills. These works are not similar in style and theme to each other, the idea of which is common, an impressive reflection of modern reality, a clear picture of the inner world of Uzbek people, their attitude to work and their way of life are in harmony with each other.

Practical application: Nature landscapes can be seen in murals and embossed images of the countries of the Ancient East, including Assyria, Babylon, Egypt.  The role of the landscape genre in ancient Khorezm murals in Central Asian culture is significant. By the Middle Ages, the landscape genre was found in miniatures, monumental murals. Even in medieval Chinese art, the landscape genre took an important place and was reflected in the works of the series "mountain and waters".

Keywords

painting
genre
style
artist
nature
landscape
idea
form.
rhythm
image
fantasy
unique colors
creativity

Authors

Nigmatov Ulug’bek

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