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Oil painting Storm at sea Alexander Litvinov

Oil painting Storm at sea Alexander Litvinov

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A Dramatic Seascape: "Storm at Sea" by Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov

The oil painting titled "Storm at Sea" is a captivating artwork created by Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov. It measures 47.5x21.5 cm (18.70x8.46 inches) and is executed on cardboard using oil as the medium. This piece is an original painting from the collection, meticulously hand-painted by the artist. "Storm at Sea" is a compelling oil painting on cardboard by Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov that masterfully captures the tumultuous energy and raw power of the sea during a storm. This original piece from our collection highlights Litvinov's exceptional ability to convey movement and emotion through his use of dynamic brushstrokes and a captivating color palette. The artwork offers viewers a glimpse into the dramatic and often unforgiving nature of the sea, encapsulating a moment of natural fury. There are other genres of painting in our catalog.

About the Artwork

  • Title: "Storm at Sea"
  • Artist: Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov
  • Size: 47.5x21.5 cm (18.70x8.46 inches)
  • Medium: Oil on cardboard
  • Authenticity: Hand-painted, original artwork from our collection
  • Condition: Detailed imagery provided for comprehensive insight

About the Artist

Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov was born on May 18, 1967 in the city of Lubny. He graduated from the Lubensk secondary school № 1. One of his favorite lessons was drawing. I was even more attracted by studies at an art school, where boys and girls were introduced to high art thanks to the wise teachers Vasily Semenyuta, Anatoly Kharchuk, Nikolai Korablev, Tamara Moshnikoviy. Especially in his artistic development, Alexander owes to Vasily Ivanovich Semenyuta, his classical school of teaching, which he enriched in his time through his acquaintance with famous artists Alexei Asaulenko and Petr Likhin. And also an extremely important role in the passion for painting was played by the fact that Alexander's father, Arkady Petrovich Litvinov, was both a talented artist and an excellent teacher. He had 53 years of teaching experience - he taught drawing and drawing at the Lubensk school №8, many of his students connected their professions with artistic creativity. Alexander's elder brother, Oleg Arkadyevich Litvinov, a member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, now lives in Odessa, also chose the artistic path.

And after leaving school, Alexander served in the army, where his artistic talent came in handy - in Soviet times, visual agitation was highly valued. He served in Dnepropetrovsk, where two personal exhibitions of his paintings were organized. While still at school, Alexander began to design books, in particular, children's literature. He received his first creative fee in the tenth grade from the publishing house "Raduga" for the design of the book by Anatoly Rybakov "Krosh's Vacation". Later she studied at the Odessa Theater and Art School, specializing in "Decoration of puppet shows and artistic and props art."

Studying at the school and passion from childhood with historical and biblical literature greatly influenced the creative manner of the artist. He works in the style of the so-called figurative art, where the main thing is the image of the human body.

"Storm at Sea": A Captivating Display of Nature's Might

"Storm at Sea" reflects Litvinov's fascination with the natural world and his ability to depict its more dramatic aspects. The painting showcases the sea's immense power and the beauty of its unrest, inviting the viewer to feel the wind and spray of the ocean. Litvinov's use of oil on cardboard adds depth and texture to the scene, enhancing the overall impact of the work.

The Artwork's Significance

This painting is not just a visual representation of a storm but a metaphor for the challenges and turbulent periods in life. Through "Storm at Sea," Litvinov encourages viewers to contemplate the forces of nature and life, highlighting the resilience needed to navigate through tumultuous times.

We invite you to explore "Storm at Sea" by Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov and other masterpieces in our collection. This piece stands as a testament to Litvinov's talent for capturing the essence of the natural world and his ability to evoke deep emotional responses through his art.

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