Via și vinul în arta mondială
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GĂINĂ, Boris; ALEXANDROV, Eugeniu; DOBREI, Alin. Via și vinul în arta mondială. In: Pomicultura, Viticultura şi Vinificaţia. 2019, nr. 5-6(83-84), pp. 64-71. ISSN 1857-3142.
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Pomicultura, Viticultura şi Vinificaţia
Numărul 5-6(83-84) / 2019 / ISSN 1857-3142

Via și vinul în arta mondială

Grapevine and vine in world arts

Pag. 64-71

Găină Boris1, Alexandrov Eugeniu2, Dobrei Alin3
1 Academia de Ştiinţe a Moldovei,
2 Institutul de Genetica şi Fiziologie a Plantelor ,
3 Universitatea de Ştiinţe Agricole şi Medicină Veterinară a Banatului, Timişoara
Disponibil în IBN: 28 mai 2021


Each nation constituting its cultural identity is based on several symbols, customs, legends, religious beliefs etc., which leave its mark on the development of society. One of the commonly used symbols is also the vine. In all times the painters were overwhelmed by the vine, the giſt of the gods. On the canvases of the great masters of the past and of the present we see compositions related to the cultivation of the vine, as well as the production of wine. Over the course of his life, man struggled to make his own living space and beautify his living space. Still in the Stone Age, our ancestors were drawing bison, horses, tigers, mammoths and other animals on the walls of the cave. These were the fi rst steps of mankind in the development of art. With the emergence of the fi rst civilizations and the fi rst cities, various techniques of expressing everything that is beautiful and capable of provoking positive emotions have developed.

art, collections, landscape, painting, decorative stones, Vineyards