E.WIESEL’S SERIES OF PENCIL LANDSCAPE DRAWINGS OF 1900-1920-IES AS A RESULT OF FICTIONAL AND NON- FICTIONAL VISION OF THE ST.PETERSBURG ARTIST

Abstract: 

The article explores the works of Emil Wiesel (1866-1943), one of the greatest St.Petersburg representa-tives of Russian culture, a historian of art and professional painter of late XIXth – early XXth century. The author discusses Wiesel’s pencil drawings executed in the impressionist manner typical of this painter. These drawings represent the author’s vision of events, people and phenomena of nature as the blending of fiction and non-fiction. 

Key words: 

Emil Wiesel, Russian Academy of Art in St.Petersburg, series of landscape pencil drawings, impressionism, visual perception.

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