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Ivan Bilibin
Russian painter, check small story and paint doll
1. "King Guidon and Buyan Island"
Matryoshka based on the illusions of Ivan Bilibin for "The Tale of Tsar Saltan" A.S. Pushkin
The tale is dedicated to the story of the marriage of Tsar Saltan and the birth of his son, Prince Gvidon, who, due to the intrigues of his aunts, falls on an uninhabited island, meets a sorceress, Princess Swan, with her help, becomes a powerful lord and reunites with his father.
2. "Vasilisa and the white horseman"
Vasilisa and the white horseman" on one side - on the other: "Vasilisa leaves the hut of Baba Yaga"
Matryoshka was created based on the illusions of Ivan Bilibin for the fairy tale "Vasilisa the Beautiful".
This is a Russian folk tale.
3. "Princess in the tower"
The nesting doll is made based on the illustrations of Ivan Bilibin for the Russian folk tale "White Duck".
The plot of the tale about the young Princess, who, not obeying her husband, left the house and the evil Witch turned her into a duck
4. "Ivan Tsarevich and the Firebird"
Matryoshka was created based on the illustrations of Ivan Bilibin for "The Tale of Ivan Tsarevich, the Firebird and the Gray Wolf"
Folk tale of the Eastern Slavs. Plot: three brothers go for a firebird; the youngest with the help of a wolf gets her; as well as a horse and a princess; the brothers rob him of his prey and kill him; the wolf revives the hero, the deception is revealed.
5. Drawing for the cover of books of the series "Tales"
Matryoshka shows a hut on chicken legs based on illustrations by Ivan Bilibin
Baba Yaga's home in Russian fairy tales. The "Chicken Leg Hut" stood in the forest on two huge chicken legs, which turned the hut upon request.
6. Baba Yaga
Drawing based on the illustrations of Ivan Bilibin for the fairy tale "Vasilisa the Beautiful"
Baba Yaga is a character of Slavic mythology and folklore of Slavic peoples. An ugly old woman wielding magical items and endowed with magical powers.
7. Screensaver for the fairy tale "Sister Alyonushka and brother Ivanushka"
Matryoshka was created based on the illustrations of Ivan Bilibin for the Russian folk tale "Sister Alyonushka and brother Ivanushka"
The plot of the tale: The elder sister Alyonushka has to take her brother to work in the field, so as not to leave home unattended. Once on the way home, he drinks water from a puddle and turns into a kid. The witch tricked Alyonushka with a stone on his neck into the river
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Tilda