What are the most exciting places to visit in Russia? For most tourists, the choice is limited to Saint Petersburg, Moscow and royal residences nearby. But what are those unexplored, reserved Russian towns described in many classic books and movies? Well, look no further. Here is a story about two beautiful old cities and a guide to visiting Veliky Novgorod and Pskov.
In the last day of this year’s Art Blogmas, I’m sharing with you a very special painting – J. M. W. Turner’s Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps.
It’s day twenty-three of our Art Blogmas today. I’m sad we’re slowly coming to its end. But I hope you enjoyed it so far! Today, we’re going to see a lovely work made by Caspar David Friedrich – The Sea of Ice.
In day twenty two of Culture Tourist Art Blogmas, we’re hosting a lovely Impressionist painting made by Camille Pissarro: Road to Versailles at Louveciennes (The Snow Effect).
It’s day 21 of our Culture Tourist Art Blogmas today. And I’m sharing a painting called Snow at Bruges, made by Belgian painter Georges Lebacq.
Welcome to day 20 of our Art Blogmas. Today we’re hosting an interesting painting made by Pieter Bruegel the Elder – The Census at Bethlehem.
It seems the Dutch painters always had a special thing for showing the winter in their country. In today’s Art Blogmas we’re hosting one of the most famous Dutch 17th-century landscape painters, Jacob van Ruisdael and his Winter Landscape.
Welcome to day 18 of Culture Tourist Art Blogmas. Today, we’re hosting a beautiful painting made by Walter Moras – Sledding on a Sunny Day.