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Tempera painting April Litvinov Oleg Arkad'yevich

Tempera painting April Litvinov Oleg Arkad'yevich

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A Celebration of Spring's Awakening "April" by Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov

Titled "April," this exquisite tempera painting on cardboard by Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov captures the essence of spring's awakening. Measuring 76x30 cm (29.92x11.81 inches), the artwork beautifully conveys the rejuvenation and vibrant energy that the month of April brings to the natural world. As an original spring landscape from our collection, "April" showcases Litvinov's adept use of tempera, a medium that allows for brilliant color and intricate detail, highlighting the artist's ability to bring to life the blossoming landscapes and the serene beauty of spring. This painting invites viewers to immerse themselves in the renewal and hope that spring symbolizes, reflecting Litvinov's skill in capturing the delicate balance between realism and the poetic. "April" is not only a testament to Litvinov's mastery of tempera on cardboard but also serves as a reminder of the transient beauty of nature, making it a cherished addition for anyone who appreciates the artful representation of the seasons. Let's delve into the world of painting "April," 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: "April"
  • Artist: Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov
  • Dimensions: 76x30 cm (29.92x11.81 inches)
  • Medium: Tempera on cardboard
  • 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 Symphony of Colors and Emotions

Litvinov masterfully uses color to evoke the emotions associated with spring - hope, anticipation, and the joy of witnessing the rebirth of nature. The hues are chosen to reflect the gentle warmth of the sun returning stronger day by day, the bloom of flowers, and the vibrant green of new leaves. This painting serves as a reminder of the perpetual renewal that defines our world, encouraging a moment of pause and reflection on the beauty that surrounds us.

Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov's painting "April" is a vivid exploration of spring's essence, a season that symbolizes rebirth and renewal. Crafted with tempera on cardboard, this painting measures 76x30 cm (29.92x11.81 inches), showcasing Litvinov's adeptness at capturing the vibrant spirit of nature's transitions. This piece from Litvinov's oeuvre invites the viewer into a contemplative space, reflecting on the cyclic nature of life and the beauty inherent in growth and rejuvenation.

A Conduit for Philosophical Reflection

Beyond its aesthetic appeal, painting "April" stands as a metaphor for human experiences of renewal, growth, and the perpetual cycle of life. It prompts the viewer to reflect on their own phases of growth and rejuvenation, mirroring nature's endless cycle of renewal. This painting, thus, transcends its subject matter to touch on universal themes of time, change, and the enduring spirit of renewal that spring embodies.

A Vivid Homage to Spring

Oleg Arkad'yevich Litvinov's painting "April" is a testament to the artist's ability to encapsulate the essence of time and season in his work, offering a window into the soul-stirring beauty of spring. It not only highlights Litvinov's technical skill and creativity but also serves as an invitation to embrace the transformative power of nature and the constant opportunity for renewal and growth in our lives. Through "April," Litvinov has created a piece that resonates with the cycles of the natural world and the human spirit alike, making it a meaningful addition to the discourse on art's power to mirror and inspire life.

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