Cityscape is one of the central themes in the work of Robert Mif. The author is attracted by the modest charm of the streets, lanes and courtyards of his beloved city. As an architect, Mif builds his compositions and depicts the buildings, but as an artists he gives life to a strict drawing, filling it with lyrical flavour.
The color palette of the painting is cool and muted. In the technique of execution, the accuracy of the detail and brush are noticeable. It is no coincidence that the artist often turns to the style of impressionism. The choice was dictated by the desire to convey instant emotion, the impression of what he saw.