Contemporary Moscow Art

Recently it became apparent that the themes Moscow artists use in their paintings resonate with my interests and, more generally, my vision of things.

So I'll try using washed-out images as backgrounds

(a) to encourage my my potential clients to explore www.unclepasha.com and

(b) to give a chance to the artists to meet their possible patrons.

Many of the paintings here were taken from The Russian Art Guide (2002) by ScanRus and are used with their permission.

Vita brevis but you are welcomed to immortalize yourself by illustrating my site. [LIST PAGES IN NEED OF ILLUSTRATION] First-level associations discouraged unless they are real cute.


 

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Images of Russian women in art, literature, and thought

Ice sculpture festival background to illustrate Moscow Rick's apartments page

List of paintings, drawings and photographs used to decorate this site:

Black and white graphics by Bannister: Index page, Backpacker accommodation. While not exactly real art aren't they cute?! [link to his page]

Village of Dubrovki scenery by Valery Podkuiko. [full version and contact details]

Olga K.'s cute drawing illustrates Cell Phone Rental.

A 1965 poster glorifying The Rouble decorated our Price List.[full reproduction and publisher]

Cat-fall by Dimitry Sanjiev has been chosen to illustrate the Russian Misery concept. [full reproduction and contact details]

... by Koles. Cute little unknown museums of Moscow [Full picture and information about the artist]

Dostoyevsky by Valery and Natasha Cherkashin. Suffering is the essence of Russia of Russian Misery Tourism.

????? by ???? showing Napoleon's soldiers camping in the field in the middle of Russian winter. Moscow Budget Hotels

 

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Background for this page:
Moscow Fantasy, by Ivan Kolesnikov.
[Full version and contact details.]
List of backgrounds.