Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Exciting Russian Art

Tatyana Tumasyah writes of the work of Alexey Yesjunin……Freshness of field sketches, unusual easiness of perception, spontaneity of composition and colors (with) richness are perfectly kept in two landscape series “Botanical Garden” and “Crimea.” It seems that these works possess the feeling of the constant world unsteadiness, (and the) idea of natural interconnection between home—like human close natural surroundings and majestic spaces. There’s so much of expressionism, dramatic color intensity here.

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