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What do the paintings say?


Сальвадор Дали. «Постоянство памяти»

О чем говорят картины?

Пояснительная записка к ресурсу



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Название ресурса

Salvador Dali. “Constancy of Memory”.


Вид ресурса

Сочинение-описание по картине на английском языке.



ОУП.03 Иностранный язык.


Студент, автор сочинения



Курс, группа

1 курс, группа 9КМ-12к.


Специальность СПО

38.02.04 Коммерция.


Количество слов



Количество знаков без пробелов







Чтобы текст сочинения отражался по заявленным требованиям конкурса - шрифт — Times New Roman, размер — 14 кегель, междустрочный интервал — дополнительно прикреплен файл в формате Word.


Файл с сочинением в формате Word

Сочинение на английском языке. Веселовский ЯрославDOCX / 16.74 Кб



Для сочинения-описания студент выбрал ту картину, которая очень нравится, исходя из собственных художественных предпочтений.

Источники информации





1. Who is the author of the picture and what is depicted?

2. What is depicted in the foreground and background, in the center? What paints does the artist use?

3. What mood does the picture cause?

Salvador Dali. «Constancy of Memory»

The picture Salvador Dali of the "Constancy of memory" is one of my favorite works of art. I liked this because of how the author distorts time in this picture, thereby transporting us into his inner world, which is full of ideas, images and experiences. And, to understand the depth of this I think it is necessary to immerse myself in its history. Dali, like a true surrealist, immerses us in the world of dreams with his painting. Fussy, chaotic, mystical and at the same time seeming understandable and real. On the one hand, a familiar clock, the sea, a rocky landscape, a dried tree. On the other hand, their appearance and proximity to other, poorly identifiable objects leaves one perplexed. There are three clocks in the picture: past, present and future. The artist followed the ideas of Heraclitus, who believed that time is measured by the flow of thought. A soft clock is a symbol of nonlinear, subjective time, flowing arbitrarily and unevenly filling space.

A solid clock infested with ants is linear time that eats itself. The image of insects as a symbol of rot and decay haunted Dali since childhood, when he saw insects swarming on the carcass of a bat. But Dali called flies fairies of the Mediterranean: “They brought inspiration to the Greek philosophers who spent their lives under the sun, covered in flies. “The artist depicted himself sleeping in the form of a blurred object with eyelashes. “A dream is death, or at least it is an exception from reality, or, even better, it is the death of reality itself, which dies in the same way during the act of love.” The tree is depicted dry because, as Dali believed, ancient wisdom (the symbol of which this tree is) has sunk into oblivion. The deserted shore is the cry of the artist’s soul, who through this image speaks of his emptiness, loneliness and melancholy. “Here (at Cape Creus in Catalonia - editor's note),” he wrote, “the most important principle of my theory of paranoid metamorphoses is embodied in rocky granite... These are frozen clouds, reared by an explosion in all their countless guises, more and more new - only change the angle of view a little.” At the same time, the sea is a symbol of immortality and eternity. According to Dali, the sea is ideal for travel, where time flows in accordance with the internal rhythms of consciousness.

Dali took the image of the egg as a symbol of life from ancient mystics. The latter believed that the first bisexual deity Phanes, who created people, was born from the World Egg, and the sky and earth were formed from the two halves of his shell. On the left lies a mirror horizontally. It reflects everything you want: both the real world and dreams. For Dali, a mirror is a symbol of impermanence. According to the legend, invented by Dali himself, he created the image of a flowing clock in just two hours: “We were supposed to go to the cinema with friends, but at the last moment I decided to stay at home. Gala will go with them, and I will go to bed early. We ate some very tasty cheese, then I was left alone, sitting with my elbows on the table, thinking about how “super soft” the processed cheese was. I got up and went into the workshop to take a look at my work as usual. The picture that I was going to paint represented the landscape of the outskirts of Port Lligat, the rocks, as if illuminated by dim evening light. In the foreground I sketched the chopped off trunk of a leafless olive tree. This landscape is the basis for a canvas with some idea, but what? I needed a wonderful image, but I couldn’t find it. I went to turn off the light, and when I came out, I literally “saw” the solution: two pairs of soft watches, one hanging pitifully from an olive branch. Despite the migraine, I prepared my palette and got to work.

Two hours later, when Gala returned from the cinema, the film, which was to become one of the most famous, was finished. “After 20 years, the picture was integrated into a new concept - “Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory.” The iconic image is surrounded by nuclear mysticism. Soft dials quietly disintegrate, the world is divided into clear blocks, space is under water. The 1950s, with post-war reflection and technological progress, obviously plowed Dali. Nowadays, the painting The Constancy of Time is located at the New York Museum of Art, where it is kept to this day. Summarizing the results, I can say that I like this painting not only for its depth and syllirialism, but also its huge and extensive history.

Перевод сочинения Ярослава Веселовского на русский язык:


1. Кто автор картины и что на ней изображено?

2. Что изображено на переднем и заднем плане, в центре? Какие краски использует художник?

3. Какое настроение вызывает картина?

Веселовский Ярослав. Перевод сочинения на русский языкDOCX / 16.26 Кб

Автор материала: Я. Веселовский (1 курс)

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