The Tragedy of Vrubel's Demons
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The name of Mikhail Vrubel was steeped in legend during his lifetime and after his death. His life seemed to be more of a fairy tale than the life of an ordinary person. The creator of fantastic and unearthly images, mysterious and strange works was met with an icy reception from contemporary artists. They talked about him in the newspapers with malice and harsh criticism.

For Benoit, the main interpreter of the artist, Vrubel "was a Demon himself, a beautiful fallen angel, for whom the world was endless joy and endless torment and the human society was both brotherly close and hopelessly far away."

A genius artist, a messenger of “other worlds” with an incredibly rich inner world, he had an exceptional talent for creating myths and fairy tales on canvas, in sculpture, in the theatre and even in church. How did he do it? We will discuss it in the lecture.
How did the love for a woman help him create his artworks and almost cost him his life?
What was so complex in the character of Vrubel that made him so difficult to work and be friends with?
Why did the painter have a fight with Chaliapin?
How did the artist search for the image of the demon?
Why did he choose to become an artist and not a lawyer?
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