Vladimir Brainin was in Moscow in 1951. He paints mainly urban, Moscow landscapes. According to the Russian art critic, Georgi Nikich, all these fragments of the town are only the apparent content of Brainin's paintings which, in reality, hide a profound meditation on life.
Brainin's art could be described as melancholy even sad. However, the life
in Brainin's paintings is often dying in a marvellously beautiful manner
- promising eternity.
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