Painting, Oil on Canvas
Size: 31.5 W x 23.6 H x 1 D in
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"Grapes after the rain and a butterfly". In the year 2021, everyone's life has changed dramatically. I began to pay more attention to the value and disappearing beauty of ordinary things. Everything is beautiful in nature, but we don't always notice it. Have your eyes caught how picturesque the leaves and grapes are? How diverse are the color transitions on the raindrops? I wanted to find and preserve the play of light and the fleeting beauty of drops. Video on YouTube of how I created this painting: https://youtu.be/KSvMA06IVgE Professional oil painting on canvas in the style of realism or hyperrealism. Very detailed original realistic painting. Museum-quality artwork. I use the technique of old masters. My paintings are original artworks for sale, made in a single copy. The sides are painted, so it can be hung without a frame. This work is suitable for the dining room or for the kitchen. It also looks good in the hall or living room. Due to the careful drawing of details it looks good both from the close distance and in a large space. The picture is signed. The back shows the author's name, size, materials, and year of creation in Russian. Add a picture of a Russian artist to your collection! Please, note that colors you see on your screen may differ slightly from the actual ones on the picture. Artist’s Statement: My paintings celebrate sentimental value and evanescing beauty of ordinary things. Working at my easel, following traditions of the old masters, I feel inner peace and serenity.
Painting:Oil on Canvas
Size:31.5 W x 23.6 H x 1 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Customs:Shipments from Russia may experience delays due to country's regulations for exporting valuable artworks.
As a child, Iuliia Kravchenko enjoyed looking through the colorful multipage Hermitage Museum Guide Book, full of art reproductions from the renowned museum, and through her uncle’s sketchbook, archived in the family library. Those vivid impressions of childhood, as well as her own progress in drawing, encouraged Yulia’s desire to become an artist. While a University student, Iuliia spent a lot of her spare time in the Hermitage and the Russian Museum. She was particularly inspired by the works of realism and the still-life paintings of the Dutch masters. Those paintings enraptured her with the thorough technique and the full perfection of the whole piece, as well as of each minor detail. They made her eager to paint equally realistic. That was why Iuliia undertook an original training course in the Art Studio of L.V.Kuvayev with a special focus on ‘academic’ principles of realisticart and the painting technique of the old masters. At the same time, Iuliia practices artistic photography. Her main passion is composing thematic still-lives. Sometimes, collecting items for those compositions takes months. It is deeply inspiring to see trivial items reveal their beauty highlighted by her photo or art. Yulia’s favorite masters are Pieter Claesz, Willem Claesz Heda and Count Fyodor Petrovich Tolstoy. Yulia Kravchenko plans to collaborate with art galleries and participate in exhibitions. At present, she works in her own studio in St.Petersburg, Russia.
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