Vitold Smukrovich’s art is characterized by lyrical treatment of his subjects –mostly flowers, landscapes, and romantic figurative paintings. The art he creates blends a mix of Russian realistic school, French impressionism and influences of Art Deco and Art Nouveau. Two artists that greatly influenced him were Austrian artist Gustav Klimt and Russian (later American) artist Nikolay Feshin.
He has had many exhibitions in Russia, as well as internationally. Including multiple appearances in the International Art Salon, Moscow, Russia and the “New Generation of Russian Art” exhibitions in Holland. His work is collected around the world, by prominent patrons in Russia, USA, Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, France, Holland, Norway and Finland.
Vitold Smukrovich was born in St. Petersburg, Russia.
He started formal art education in 1986, and in 1994 graduated from the prestigious Repin Art Academy in St. Petersburg.
Smukrovich has lived and worked for some time in the U.S. but is always returning to Russia to find his artistic inspiration.
2002 The Russian Art – New Generation, Het Slot Zeist, The Netherlands
2001 World Art, Delft, The Netherlands
1999 - 2000 Moscow International Salon, Central House of Artists
1996 – 1999 Annual Exhibitions, Artists Association, St. Petersburg
1995 Imatra Cultural Centre, Finland
1994 German Cultural Centre, St. Petersburg
Since 2002 Smukrovich’s works have been shown in several commercial galleries in the U.S.