Father’s house

The artist is Romanchev

The topic of return is one of the most piercing and tragic in post -war art. The painter-Frontovik Alexander Romanchev creates in 1964 the “Father’s House”-a soldier who has just returned from the front, stands on the threshold of an empty native house. We do not see his faces, but in this dumb scene an acute spiritual drama is laid down, the tragedy of the loss of loved ones. A soldier stands in a daze, faced with a reality of loss. Egor Mogilevsky. “The best memory is true to them …” // Memory. To the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War . SPb, 2020. WITH. 8.

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