Since the early 1950s works of Vladimir Ovchinnikov has consistently exhibited in Leningrad, All-Russian, and All-Union Art exhibitions, attracting the attention of high culture of painting and a special insight into the world of nature. His leading genre becomes a landscape, main forms – nature studies, and large landscape-painting. In the panoramic landscapes, he has sought to cover a larger space, the image of the set clearly readable plans. Well-known examples of paintings of this period include the work On the Volga(1951), Evening. At the well (1953), Dnieper cliffs (1955), Spring (1956), Along the banks of the Dnieper (1957), and others. They are distinguished by a refined flavor, richness of tone relations, the use of various textures painting. . In 1953, after the show at the exhibition a series of such works carried out in Ukraine, Vladimir Ovchinnikov accepts as a member of the Leningrad Union of Soviet Artists. Vladimir Ovchinnikov has had a few particularly productive periods, both in quantity and quality of painted works and their effect on all subsequent works of the artist. In 1953–1955 this period was associated with travel to the city of Kanev on the Dnieper River. Delighted with the beauty of the Dnieper banks, the artist painted many sketches, expressing alive, the immediate impression of a majestic image what he saw. These include the work of Before the Rain (1954), Evening on the Dnieper River (1956), On the bank of the Dnieper (1956), A Night (1957), and others. It was during this period known as "Kanevsky" paintings of Ovchinnikov gets its breadth, magnitude, color, and tonality, which subsequently constitute important features of his individual style. According to these features of his works will be unmistakable at the art shows. In the late 1950s, Ovchinnikov had traveled at the lower Volga River and the Caspian Sea. New bright impressions capture him. Southern nature, filled with sun and light, was very close to
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