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Craftsmanship is long, life is short. Axiom. Every nation is known by the general population which are getting the extensive commitment to its advancement. The craftsmanship is the essential piece of profound society and otherworldly legacy of the general population living in this nation, as well as behind its cutoff points. The present workmanship is endless: goes from hundreds of years per one century, from era to generation.I need to
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Venture Artists and scholars of Great Britain and America School № 7 Teacher of English Drogavtseva E.V. Georgievsk , 2011

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Art is long, life is short. Precept Each nation is known by the general population which are acquiring the significant commitment to its improvement. The craftsmanship is the essential piece of profound society and otherworldly legacy of the general population living in this nation, as well as behind its breaking points. The present craftsmanship is unceasing: goes from hundreds of years per one century, from era to era. I need to advise about the circles nearest to me of craftsmanship - writing and painting. All the more exactly, about the general population which have celebrated England and America by the accomplishment in these circles.

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The specialists and them pictures.

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Thomas Gainsborough Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788). An exceptionally melodious painter who succes­sfully associated man and nature. An extremely solid phsychologist, he painted for the most part ladies on the foundation of a view. He loved blue hues best of all. His pictures are hopeful and the light and shade of shading are in full agreement with the lines.

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William Turner. William Turner (1775-1851) started his action in workmanship as a watercolor expert. Light and air were his trademark highlight. Turner is a su­per colourist. In 1805 he painted "The Shipwreck". He demonstrated an appalling disas­ter adrift. Green was a shading that Turner especially despised. In "Snow Storm" he reflected with the assistance of snow the possibility of survival and even in our days it looks extremely prophetic. It is viewed as one of his most origi­nal sketches. He thinks about shading truly and is said to foresee the specialty of Impressionists and conceptual painters of the twentieth century. In his "Rain, Steam and Speed" (1844) he worked much on the shading in­terrelation.

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John Constable John Constable (1776-1837) was attached to the spot where he was conceived and spent his adolescence on the stream Stour. He saw exceptionally delightful woods, gre­ens in nature and, being extremely skilled, mirrored nature\'s hues in his representations which he then created into pictures. He painted the scene with no progressions and the trees or different items were in his works of art consistent with life. He is said to be the principal scene painter in England.

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William Hogarth William Hogarth (1697-1764) is one of the best English painters. In his photos he reflected social life and in a significant number of them the excellence of his pain­ting was joined by parody. The "Marriage-a-la-Mode", "The Election En­tertainment" were painted to demonstrate the life satirically. In 1742 Hogarth painted "The Graham Children" where he splendidly utilized his fragile hues to demonstrate the appeal of adolescence.

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The Writers.

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William Shakespeare: 1564-1616 William Shakespeare was conceived in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, where he got an astounding established instruction. At eighteen years old he wedded Anne Hathaway, and they had three youngsters. Shakespeare was writer and artist. As he rose in notoriety, he composed plays for the well known Globe Theater, a round, open-roofed building that housed roughly 2,000 observers. Lat­er Shakespeare got to be one of the proprietors of the Globe Theater. Not at all like numerous journalists who never live to make the most of their acclaim, Shakespeare accomplished awesome recog­nition amid his lifetime. He composed three sorts of plays: comedies, tragedies and histories. He additionally composed account ballads, poems and verse. He is recognized as one of the best scholars ever, and has stayed prevalent with perusers around the globe.

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Charles Dickens: 1812-1870 Charles Dickens was an author who furnished Victorian England with one of its most noteworthy champions of change. Dickens utilized his books to distinguish and ad­dress numerous issues of the nineteenth century, for example, youngster misuse, uncalled for work rehearses, unjustices in the lawful framework, and shortcomings in training, Dickens had encountered a number of these issues in his own youth, thus ! he devoted his life to realizing social change. Some of his most well known j books incorporate, David Copperfield, Oliver Twist, A Tale of Two Cities, and Great Expectations.

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Rudyard Kipling: 1865-1936 Rudyard Kipling was an English author, short-story essayist and writer. He is most broadly known for his works for kids, particularly the "Jungle Book." I Kipling was conceived in Bombay, India, in 1865 yet went to class in England. In the wake of finishing his training, he came back to India where he functioned as a daily paper journalist for quite a long while. A significant number of Kipling\'s stories and books mirror his encounters in India and pass on the significance of obligation and unself­ishness. He was granted the Nobel Prize for writing in 1907.

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O\'Henry: 1862-1910 O\'Henry is an outstanding American short-story essayist. He needed to stick his living from the age of fifteen and he taught himself with the assistance offriends. O\'Henry knew individuals extremely well, particularly the common individuals of New York. In his stories you can feel humorous feedback of the American lifestyle. The greater part of his short stories are loaded with warm sensitivity for conventional American individuals. O\'Henry was the penname utilized by creator William Sydney Porter. Doorman was an extraordinary admirer of another American essayist, Edgar Allan Рое , and he was impacted by Poe\'s style. O\'Henry composed numerous prominent stories and earned a notoriety for being the expert of amazement endings. He was particularly capable at building up his characters, and at depicting city life precisely. He composed more than 600 stories.

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Mark Twain: 1835-1910 Mark Twain left the place where he grew up of Hannibal, Missouri at eighteen years old. His genuine name was Samuel Clemens, yet he took his penname from a term utilized by the men who worked the waterway vessels. They would call, "By the imprint, twain!" This implied the stream was two (twain) feet profound. Mark Twain started his profession as a daily paper author. Sometime down the road he utilized recollections from his child­hood to make some of his most mainstream books, including The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Twain utilized silliness to create numerous genuine subjects in his books and to help society see itself all the more plainly.

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: 1807-1882 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a standout amongst the most generally perused American artists of the nineteenth century. From 1835 to 1854 he was Smith Professor of Mod­ern Languages at Harvard. In 1884, 2 years after his passing, he turned into the I first American to be regarded with a bust in the Poets\' Corner of Westminster Abbey, London. He is best associated with sonnets, for example, "The Song of Hia­watha" and "Paul Revere\'s Ride."

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Washington Irving: 1783-1859 The principal American essayist to increase worldwide consideration was Washington Irv­ing. He was destined to an affluent New York family and got an amazing edu­cation. He started his composition vocation by making parodies about New York society, j He later expounded on the Dutch impacts upon the city in its initial days. He j endeavored to give America a feeling of a sentimental past like that found in Europe, I and he recorded a portion of the vital advancements in the investigation of the J western locales of the nation. His most famous work by a wide margin was The Sketch Book, which contains two of his most darling stories, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and "Rip Van Winkle."

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