The Painting by Levitan “Vladimirka”

The Painting by Levitan “Vladimirka”



Before us is the usual steppe landscape. Modest beauty of Russian nature. Late summer. Dry grass. Low clouds. Soon the autumn… The artist seems to be walking along this road, running off the horizon; the impression that it stretches endlessly, like the endless Russian expanses.

In the middle of the road there is a stony line. It can be seen that thousands of feet trampled it. They were convicts. Chained, they walked along this road. To the East. To Siberia. The people before them parted, in fear of giving way to them, and along the edges formed narrow paths. This endless desert road casts dejection and a sense of despair. It seems to have absorbed thousands of woeful destinies…

On both sides of the road you can see huge wastelands with rare bushes.

A few small paths leave the road, apparently to villages or villages. On one of these paths in the distance a human figure looms. Someone was apparently going to cross the road, and stopped, thinking…

Perhaps, one of his relatives or friends passed along this road.

The road descends from the hill, rises to the other and continues on its way to infinity. The forest parted, passing it, and the road as if there were no obstacles.

I’m sorry for the convicts who walked along it. Walk along this road – and overcome despondency, despair and despair. It’s like going to nowhere and going all your life…

Tens of years have passed, hundreds of years will pass, and nothing will change on this road.

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The Painting by Levitan “Vladimirka”