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Oleg Fedorov Blurs the Line Between Abstract Art and Realism

Oleg Fedorov Blurs the Line Between Abstract Art and Realism

An experiment is a full-fledged art medium that artists have been using for centuries. However, very few painters and sculptors dare to go beyond the boundary of the method when one combines uncombinable and finds a foreign and unconventional harmony. ...

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Cultural Heritage, a Platform Connecting Russian Art with the World

Cultural Heritage, a Platform Connecting Russian Art with the World

The world of art is so enormous and diverse that it will take centuries to discover its faraway landscapes. Sometimes, it pays to find places off the beaten track to discover how magnificent art can be on the other side ...

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Trailblazing Art by Dutch and Russian Artists at “Pending Futures”

Trailblazing Art by Dutch and Russian Artists at “Pending Futures”

COVID-19 has altered the way people perceive reality. Virtual life has become the answer to the probing times, as more and more people have started accepting the digital world as their new home and place of work. Contemporary artists are ...

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Exceptional Russian Art Auction by Millon in Paris

Exceptional Russian Art Auction by Millon in Paris

Over the centuries, Russian art and antiques have not lost their status of highly valuable and sought-after collectibles. Thanks to their cultural richness and diversity, works of art made by Russian artists and artisans will never go out of fashion. ...

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Invigorating Contemporary Art by Verita Amare Et

Invigorating Contemporary Art by Verita Amare Et

Art is the outlet of artists’ feelings. Neither is it always about the beauties of life, nor does it always tell about its horrors. It all depends. However, you must admit that art initially meant to elevate human emotions and ...

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Free-Spirited Art by the Russian Artist Serge Lis Eliseev

Free-Spirited Art by the Russian Artist Serge Lis Eliseev

The art of improvisation holds lots of mysteries. How can artists create breath-taking beauty just spontaneously, without careful preparation? Improvisational art is the artist’s closed book, chaos in motion. If you value free-spirited art and the subtle process of improvisation ...

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Mikhail Zvyagin, a Russian Artist Who Paints Life in the Raw

Mikhail Zvyagin, a Russian Artist Who Paints Life in the Raw

As they say, life is not a bed of roses. The reality is usually much darker than most people see it. Even though it is still a matter of personal experience, we all sometimes need a reminder that the world ...

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The Private Museum of Soviet Propaganda in St. Petersburg

The Private Museum of Soviet Propaganda in St. Petersburg

The Soviet era has gone down in world history as one of the most contrastingly notorious historical periods. A political regime, Soviet chiefs, and state propaganda make it difficult for contemporaries to imagine and interpret those times. One of the ...

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