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Scarlet Sails - Feast of the Soul. Original Abstra - Painting,  76x76x3 cm ©2009 by Dmitri Matkovsky -  
                                                                                                            
    Abstract Art, Contemporary painting, Expressionism, Symbolism, Canvas, Abstract Art, Sailboat, Yacht
Scarlet Sails - Feast of the Soul. Original Abstra - Painting, 76x76x3 cm ©2009 by Dmitri Matkovsky - Abstract Art, Contemporary painting, Expressionism, Symbolism, Canvas, Abstract Art, Sailboat, Yacht
© 2009 Dmitri Matkovsky
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St.Petersburg, Russia

Scarlet Sails - Feast of the Soul. Original Abstra (2009)
Painting (76x76x3 cm)



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About this artwork
This artwork is part of the gallery 2018.

Acrylic ~ Canvas

This is Original mixed media Abstract painting on canvas Oil, pastel, metal foil, pencil and Acrylic on canvas.

The Scarlet Sails (Russian: Алые паруса) is a celebration in St. Petersburg, Russia, the most massive and famous public event during the White Nights Festival. The tradition is highly popular for its spectacular fireworks, numerous music concerts and a massive water show. The Scarlet Sails show celebrating the end of the 2007 school year was attended by more than one million people.... Read More
This is Original mixed media Abstract painting on canvas Oil, pastel, metal foil, pencil and Acrylic on canvas.

The Scarlet Sails (Russian: Алые паруса) is a celebration in St. Petersburg, Russia, the most massive and famous public event during the White Nights Festival. The tradition is highly popular for its spectacular fireworks, numerous music concerts and a massive water show. The Scarlet Sails show celebrating the end of the 2007 school year was attended by more than one million people. In 2010, public attendance grew to 3 million, and entertainers were such stars as the Cirque du Soleil, Mariinsky Ballet and Antonio Banderas, among others.
This tradition began after the end of World War II, when several Leningrad schools united to celebrate the end of the school year in connection with the symbolism of the popular 1922 children's book Scarlet Sails by Alexander Grin.

Related themes: Painting, Acrylic, Abstract Art, Contemporary painting, Expressionism, Symbolism, Canvas, Abstract Art, Sailboat, Yacht
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