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Blue abstract arts-The development of Russian painting has gone through the following main stages:Great Big Canvas the first stage was the ancient Russian period, which was from the formation of the
principality of Russia to the reform of Peter the great.
This was the initial stage of Russian feudal society to the Byzantine culture transplant and the formation of ancient Russian national art period.
The deep influence of Byzantine culture can be seen in Russian culture.
The second stage is the entire 18th century from Peter the great to Catherine the great,Big Canvas Art the period of Russian reform and "europeanization".
Russian culture developed rapidly under the influence of Italian and French classical art, and Russian art began to be included in the development process of European literature and art. European popular classicism was also imitated and
imitated in Russia at this time.


The third stage is the first period of the 19th century, which was the establishment period of Russian national art.
The Royal Academy of fine arts, founded in the mid-18th century, has gradually cultivated a number of artists of their own nationality over the past half a century, breathing the air of their own nationality, absorbing the nourishment of
national culture, and the art with Russian characteristics began to emerge on the world stage.
The fourth stage, from the mid-19th century to the early 20th century, Large Canvas Art  is the emergence of new schools from critical realism to formalism and aestheticism, among which
critical realism is the most brilliant.
Russian critical realism literary and artistic creation, focusing on reality and in communication with Western Europe wide, with its theme, genre, style and technique of the diversity and originality, the art scene in the world occupies
an important position, it keep pace with the French literature and art, the leading field of one party, their respective introduced a world-class master, formed a string of pearl on the eulogists bright is dazzing.
Russian literary and artistic creation at this stage has been one of the focuses of research for more than a century.
The formation of Russian critical realism has its unique social background.
Within Europe, the 19th century was a complex and volatile time, with various literary trends and schools of thought fluctuating frequently.
At the beginning of the 19th century, classicism, which had been in vogue for nearly 200 years, was on the decline.
The situation after the French revolution and the development of philosophy and social science promoted the birth of romanticism, and it also developed quite well in some European countries and regions.
By the 1930s and 1940s, the development and progress of western European society and the new achievements of dialectics, materialism and natural science made the mainstream of art turn to realism to truly express life and reproduce
social features and reveal social contradictions.
This powerful art trend is called critical realism due to its exposure and criticism of the existing order.