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Makarov provokes the limits of perception and deceives the senses by wrapping his subjects in a transparent, misty veil. The real merges with the unreal; his aim is to convey something visually perceptible, while concealing reality and changing the atmosphere of the scenery. Subjects are alienated in favor of the suggestive power.
The further the representation moves away from the - always comprehensible - reality content and the personal impression prevails, the more it is able to convey heterogeneous, also illusionistic possibilities of association.