Military personnel in uniform 19 th

Portrait of Captain First RankMan working at an office
Military uniform of 18 centuries. Portrait order. Gift for friend. canvas oil

The main difference of picture of military personnel in uniform from picture of other styles and directions in its bright expressiveness and solemnity. The sense of creation of such portraits always concerned basically to persons of high estate and the ranks having in a society the high status and authority. The smart portrait is the bright figuratively expressed print of the noble person created by the artist, having the exclusive set of means for the description of a smart portrait, the voice-frequency painting and presentation in which a greater role plays bright suit an image.


The dress military uniform specifies an accessory to the certain military status, awards reflect on special merits before fatherland. The uniform of the sample of 18 centuries has existed prior to the beginning of October revolution 1917, and was the most desired award for the maximum command managements. The smart portrait in a military sea uniform, on beauty of perception takes a special place in portrait art and was often created by artists, after nice sea victories of Russian fleet. Presently also became the fashionable phenomenon, to represent the modern person in military uniforms of 18-19 centuries, with covered various awards, beautiful and bright awards which add to a portrait to that unusual our time splendour of perception.


The smart portrait in a dress military uniform is always solemn and creates cheered up at its owner. If you have decided to order a picture of military personnel in uniform, smart portrait in style of 18-19 th centuries and do not represent as it should look, the artist will pick up for you various variants of a full dress with various awards, epaulets and other attributes. Also on a portrait except for a monophonic classical background, it is possible landscape or interior a background according to your desire.

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© I. Kazarin, 2006