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The chess “Carnival” is the joke contrasting of males and females, depicting the sensuality of the childhood in all its brightness and magic secrecy.

fools
The chess “The fools’ party” is created by the motives of the Dutch medieval holiday, when children were dressed as the Dutch elite.
turnament


“Tournament” – this topic of the chess game revives knight tournaments, which appeared in Britain in the twelfth century. The historical reliability of the costumes, knight armor in Germany, France, Italy, and Britain is kept.


Chess collection “Peter I” .The idea of the work is the creation of the image of Peter I, who was the most outstanding figure of the Russian State, his supporters and enemies, and also the creation of the image of the most outstanding commander-in chief of the XVII century Charles – XII and his army. In main figures the portrait similarity is depicted.


Chess “Beetles” is the author’s work, fantasy, which is devoted to the theme of the beetles’ transformation.

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“The ship” – this game of chess is devoted to the glorious victories of the Russian fleet in XVII-XVIII centuries.
The original author’s idea is used in this work that is the destruction of the ship during the game of chess. In main figures the portrait similarity of the main participants of the battles is depicted. The fleet’s admirals are Ushakov, Spiridov, Greig, Senyavin. The Turkish commanders-in-chief are also depicted.

“Borodino” is Borodino battle of 1812.In main figures the portrait similarity of the main participants of the battle of the Russian and French armies is depicted.
Russian armies: Alexander I (1777-1825) – Russian emperor; Mikhail Kutuzov (1745-1813) - general-fieldmarshal Commander-in-Chief

The Italian-Swiss campaign of 1799, managed by the great Russian commander-in chief A.V. Suvorov and his crossing the Alps. The great commanders-in chief of the Russian and French armies are depicted. The portrait similarity of them is reflected.
A.V.Suvorov is the general of all the Russian troops, field-marshal and commander-in chief of the union troops