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Oil painting Infantryman Litvinov Oleg Arkad'yevich

Oil painting Infantryman Litvinov Oleg Arkad'yevich


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A Glimpse into the Soldier's World: "Infantryman" by Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov

Titled "Infantryman," this striking oil painting on canvas by Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov offers a compelling portrayal of a soldier's life during a tumultuous era. Measuring 89x50 cm (35.03x19.68 inches), the artwork stands out for its dramatic depiction of strength, resilience, and the somber realities of military service. As an original oil genre painting from our collection, "Infantryman" showcases Litvinov's adept use of oil paints to convey the intricate details of the soldier's attire and the intense emotion captured in his stance and gaze. The painting invites viewers to reflect on the individual stories behind historical conflicts, emphasizing the human aspect of warfare. Litvinov's skill in creating a vivid, emotionally resonant scene highlights his ability to blend historical accuracy with artistic expression, making "Infantryman" a powerful homage to the spirit and struggles of soldiers throughout history. This piece is not only a testament to Litvinov's talent and sensitivity as an artist but also serves as a poignant reminder of the personal sacrifices made in times of war. Let's delve into the world of oil painting "Infantryman," and explore the creative journey of its creator, Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov. There are other genres of painting in our catalog.

About the Artwork

  • Title: "Infantryman"
  • Artist: Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov
  • Dimensions: 89x50 cm (35.03x19.68 inches)
  • Medium: Oil on canvas
  • Authenticity: Hand-painted, original artwork from our collection
  • Condition: Detailed through photographs for prospective collectors

About the Artist

Born on August 27, 1957, in the city of Lubny, Poltava region. Graduated from the Odessa Theater and Art School (1982). Teachers in the specialty: S. Zaitsev, V. Merkalov, M. Vylkun. He worked in the field of painting, graphics. The main industries are easel painting, easel and book graphics. Author of multi-figure paintings on historical, religious and mythological themes, illustrations for books. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (1989). Collaborated with publishing houses: "Mayak" (Odessa, late 1980s), "Raduga" (1982-1991), "Dnepr" (1982-2000), "School" (2006-2010; Kiev). Creative work. Participated in exhibitions: city, republican, foreign (since 1982). Personal exhibitions - in Odessa (1982, 1992, 1997-1998, 2002, 2004, 2010), Munich (1995), Kiev (2000), Moscow (2002-2003). Major works: illustrations for books - "Children of Captain Grant" (1981), "English folk ballads" (1983), "Pan Tadeusz" (1983), "Those who were shipwrecked" (1986); The Triumph of St. George (1989); series of easel illustrations - for the collection "English folk ballads" (1983), the Bible (2008-2014), the story "Taras Bulba" (2012), the poem "The Divine Comedy" (2014); series - "Landscapes" (2014); illustrations for books - "Pan Tadeusz" (K., 1983), "Shipwrecked" (A., 1986), "Terrible revenge", "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (2006); The Lost World (2008), The Odyssey of Captain Blood, Tales of the Nations, The Defense of Bushey (2010); painting - "Triumph of St. George" (1989), "Perseus and Andromeda" (1996), "Susanna and the Elders", "Calvary" (1997), "Triumph of Galatea" (1998), "Christ before Pilate", "St. George "," Glory "," The Emperor "," Nymph and the Unicorn "(1999)," Venus and Mars "(2000)," Bacchus and the Amazon "(2001)," The Abduction of Europa "," Ivan Bohun under Bar "," Sirens attracting "," Calisto "(2002)," Neptune ", triptych -" Diana and Actaeon "," Sphinx "(2003)," Atonement "(2004)," B. Khmelnitsky "(2006)," Triumph of Venice "(2008)," Venus of the XX century ", triptych -" Revelations of John the Theologian "(2010)," The Last Supper "," Perseus and Andromeda "(2012)," Archangel Michael "( 2014). Some works are kept in the Odessa Literary Museum, V. Ryabov Gallery (Moscow). Lived and worked in the city of Odessa.

A Canvas of Courage

Litvinov's portrayal of the infantryman is not just a mere representation but a vivid narrative that invites the viewer to ponder the life of a soldier. The use of dynamic brushstrokes and a nuanced color palette emphasizes the intensity and the tumultuous nature of the soldier's world. The artist's mastery in rendering the texture of the uniform and the expressive quality of the soldier's stance brings forth a sense of immediacy and realism.

"Infantryman" by Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov is a striking oil on canvas painting that delves deep into the essence of warfare and the individual soldier's experience. Measuring 89x50 cm (35.03x19.68 inches), this hand-painted original from Litvinov's collection is a testament to the artist's ability to capture the complex interplay of courage, duty, and the human spirit in the face of adversity.

A Testament to Resilience

Oil painting "Infantryman" stands as a powerful homage to the resilience of the human spirit amidst the chaos of war. Litvinov's work transcends the boundaries of time, presenting a universal soldier figure that embodies the virtues of bravery and sacrifice. This painting serves as a reminder of the countless unnamed heroes who have stood in defense of their beliefs, making it a poignant piece in the realm of historical and military art.

An Invitation to Reflection

Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov's oil painting "Infantryman" is an invitation to reflect on the complexities of war and the indomitable spirit of those who fight. Through this masterful oil painting, Litvinov not only pays tribute to the valor of soldiers but also provokes a deeper contemplation on the themes of conflict, heroism, and the human condition. This artwork resonates with a profound sense of empathy and understanding, marking it as a significant contribution to Litvinov's oeuvre and to the broader discourse on war and its impact on humanity.

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