Today there is another part of "Pictures at the Exhibition" series. This time the vignette depicts (as Stasov says) "a sketch depicting a little gnome, clumsily running with crooked legs." The Hartmann's picture that inspired Mussorgsky was a design sketch for a nutcracker with large teeth.
You can listen to Ravel's transcription on "Gnomus" here:
Here are the pictures:
Back of the work:
As perhaps you can see, the fireplace in gnome's cave is iluminated using the same method as in the previous vignette. This time I decided to change the method of activating the light, however:
This scene is a bit worse than the previous one, but nevertheless I think it is worth publishing. ;) I wait for comments.
Best regards, Dr Kilroy