I beat the war. (1986)

Documentary №51087, 2 parts, duration: 0:17:03
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:E. Zorin, I. Zakrochinskaya
Screenwriters:Evgenij Dolmatovskij
Camera operators:V. Lunin
Composers:A.A. Muravlev
Anouncers:Evgenij Dolmatovskij
Sound mixer:R. Krasiljnikova
Other authors:V. Russo


The poet Yevgeny Dolmatovsky talks about the work of the great Russian artist Vasily Vereshchagin.

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VV Vereshchagin painting "Mortally wounded".

Typographic prints of paintings by Vereschagin.

The poet Yevgeny Dolmatovsky tells about the life of V. V. Vereshchagin, his career and views on the war (synchronously).

Fragments of battle paintings by various artists from the 19th and early 20th century.

Picture of Vereshchagin's "the Apotheosis of war", fragments of paintings, behind the scenes story sounds Dolmatovsky about this picture.

Dolmatovsky tells about the painting with the word in the works of Vereshchagin (synchronously).

Fragments of battle paintings.

Vereshchagin painting "Mortally wounded".

Photo of the house in Cherepovets, where he was born Vereshchagin.

Graphic portrait of young Vereshchagin.

Photo Vereschagin with his brother in the period of training in the cadet corps.

The picture of the building of the cadet corps.

Picture of Vereshchagin in the period of training in the Marine corps.

Engraving of sailing ships.

Prints and drawings, depicting the attractions of European cities.

Paintings and drawings that reflect the learning process at the Academy of fine arts sketches of the disciples.

Picture of Vereshchagin in his youth.

Sketches for portraits of ordinary people made Vereshchagin during trips in the Caucasus, the Danube to the Black sea.

Dolmatovsky tells about the Turkestan series of paintings of Vereshchagin, the manifestation and the formation of his personality as an artist, his manner of creation of paintings (synchronously).

Paintings from the Turkestan series Vereshchagin.

Sketches drawn Vereshchagin during his travels in Turkestan, the transformation of sketches into paintings (animation).

Paintings Vereshchagin, reflecting the conquest of Central Asia.

Turning sketches into paintings (animation).

The title of the score of Musorgsky's "songs and Romances".

Musical text of the song "Forgotten", dedicated to the Vereshchagin.

Fragments of paintings "the Forgotten".


Dolmatovskij Evgenij Aronovich -- the poet

Calendar: 1986

Locations: Moscow [820]

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Vereshchagin paintings, which he created after a trip to India, sketches and sketches.

The transformation of sketches into a painting, "the Procession of elephants in Jaipur" (animation).

A fragment of the text of the Letter Vereshchagin Stasov.

The painting "the suppression of the Indian uprising by the British", fragments of paintings, sketches and sketches.

Photo portrait of Vereshchagin in the Russo-Turkish war of 1877-1878.

Paintings by Vereshchagin on the theme of Russian-Turkish war, the transformation of sketches into paintings (animation).

The painting, "SHIPKA-Sheinovo", its fragments, behind the scenes is a story about the picture (synchronously).

Paintings Vereshchagin on the war of 1812, the behind the scenes is the story of the creation of the paintings, their orientation (synchronously).

Fragments of paintings reflecting the burning of Moscow by Napoleon's troops, the retreat of Napoleon from Moscow.

Dolmatovsky says about the anti-war focus of creativity Vereshchagin, he was killed at Port Arthur during the Russo-Japanese war.

Photos of the Russian naval base at Port Arthur, the ships in the Harbor of Port Arthur.

Portrait of Admiral S. O. Makarov.

One of the last portraits of V. V. Vereshchagin.

Photos of the sinking ships.

Portraits Makarov and Vereshchagin.


Dolmatovskij Evgenij Aronovich -- the poet

Calendar: 1986

Locations: Moscow [820]

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