Collective farmers at and. IN. Michurin (gardeners visiting and. IN. Michurina)

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The Soviet painting of the 1930s is often an illusory bright and festive world, the world of fruitful labor, where the hero is a creator, whose essence is a creative search, self-improvement, transfer of experience to the young generation. Images of artists and science are very popular.

In the late 1930s, Peter Ivanovich Kotov writes the canvas “Gardeners visiting Michurin”. It was ordered for the Soviet pavilion at the World Exhibition in New York. “… I managed to approach this picture very seriously …,” writes Kotov. – The topic carried me exclusively. Having finished the sketch, I went to Michurinsky gardens to study the necessary material from nature. Developing a genre scene against the backdrop of the richest Michurinsky garden, complete fruits and sunlight, I sought to use all the surrounding splendor to create a magnificent picturesque design of my thing. The central compositional light spot is the figure of Michurin, as if shrouded in a soft golden radiance, the interlocutors of the gardener are immersed in a light reflective halve ”.

The canvas became a turning point in Kotov’s work. Here, the significance of the content inherent in his work was combined with the expressiveness of the images and it is here that the artist first shows a serious interest in the psychological topic. The picture outlines the path from the genre and the typical portrait of the first half of his work to the psychological portrait of recent years. Having carefully studied the documentary material, the artist creates an almost monumental image that perfectly reveals the complex nature of the great scientist and breeder.

Ivan Vladimirovich Michurin (1855-1935)-Russian biologist and breeder, author of many varieties of fruit and berry crops (apple trees, pears, drain, cherries, apricot), doctor of biology (1934), Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the RSFSR (1934), Honorary Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1935), Academician Vaskhnil (1935).

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