This picture is magnificence in all its beauty. In this piece of art everyone can see himself. See something that literally bursts out of you!
My picture, in which the boundless, uninhabited ice spaces, the harsh desert nature, acquires symbolic significance. It transmits both cold, and despair, and emptiness, and the inevitable onslaught of rearing ice floes, from under which the stern of the dead ship is barely visible.
In the picture the snow desert of consciousness and the perishing ship embody the loneliness of a person who tries to resist the hostile forces of the surrounding reality. The harsh endless ice field here william hill canada symbolizes a cruel world in which everyone must make every effort to survive, not to drown in the cold sea.
A special place in his artistic compositions assigns the image of the sky. This is perhaps the most important element of his painting. Contemporaries say that when the master wrote the sky, no one had to disturb his peace.