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Click here to find out more. Russian Superheroes: Slavic fairy tales in perfectly detailed sketches Culture. Nov 19 Baba Yaga Roman Papsuev. Ilya Muromets Roman Papsuev. Dobrynya Nikitich Roman Papsuev. Alyosha Popovich Roman Papsuev. Vasilisa the Beautiful Roman Papsuev.
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Vasilisa the Wise Roman Papsuev. Robber-Nightingale Roman Papsuev. Leshy Roman Papsuev. Tsarevna Nesmeyana Roman Papsuev. Alyonushka and brother Ivanushka Roman Papsuev. Here Matreshka is in new humanized shape with contemporary touch, with focuse on non standard beauty.
Each Tsarevna in Slavic folklore is the representation of the femininity and the beauty, protected and symbolized with the Moon, as the planet which influences women behavior the most. Combination of provocative interpretation of the concept about a beauty with orthodox and stereotyped one. This is a challenge to stereotypes on beauty. The Firebird is a large bird of extraordinary beauty, enveloped in fire. The most valuable would probably be the Gzhel. We see table full with shells from golden eggs and sad Ryaba in her humanized shape.
A simple fisherman catches a magic golden fish that can speak and grants him with wishes, which he denies until his wife finds out about the fish, and asks more and more treasures and power to have, making Gold Fish very angry by her unlimited selfishness, and the fish turned all back to the poorest level the old couple were, which makes old fisherman happy in a way, since he never asked for himself.
There are can be too many wishes for others….
Illustrated by Ivan Yakovlevich Bilibin | Fairy-Tales. Vasilisa the Beautiful. | The Met
Not many of us knows that doll, which reminds mix of Harlequin and Jester. Many people mistakenly believe that the wide open mouth of Petrushka is a smile, but it is not; as a negative character, Parsley constantly stretches the lips into a grin. This three-headed Slavic goddess of Earth, and three of these heads represent the three elements that make up the earth: the soil, water and air.
And they designated the mountains, valleys and forests.
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