RUSSIAN CITYSCAPE PAINTINGS FOR SALE - BUY CITYSCAPE PAINTING ONLINE AT ARTRUSSIA GALLERY

Cityscape is a many-sided genre, which includes depiction of hustling and bustling streets, tense traffic and hurrying pedestrians – motifs so typical for big modern cities alongside something more peaceful like nice tiny squares, romantic old districts washed by little rain, sun beans covering the green leaves of the trees, colourful roofs and diverse façades. If the painter has done a good job, you will feel the mood of the city, its atmosphere of the morning streets, pavements covered with snow or rained on, the enigmatic silence and mysterious light coming from the lanterns, the reflections of head-lamps of the countless cars and illumination coming from the advertising banners. Probably the most well-known cityscapes are the so-called vedute closely associated with the name of an Italian painter Canaletto. The father of the genre in Russia was the great Fyodor Yakovlevich Alekseyev. With the appearance of impressionism, the genre acquired new shapes in works of such painters as Clod Monet, Alfred Sisley, Camille Pissarro, who tried to create a very credible image of the world in all its movement and changeability. In the ArtRussia Gallery we always have cityscapes paintingsfor sale: you can buy a cityscape of Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Paris, Venice and other cities created by well-known Russian painters in oil or water-colours.

CITYSCAPE PAINTINGS

On the Nikitsky Boulevard. Moscow
On the Nikitsky Boulevard. Moscow
2014, canvas, oil, 50x60 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
570 $
Slavyanskaya Square. Moscow
Slavyanskaya Square. Moscow
2014, canvas, oil, 50x60 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
585 $
Varvarka Street. Moscow
Varvarka Street. Moscow
2014, canvas, oil, 50x60 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
Sold
California.The temple in Karmel
California.The temple in Karmel
1995, canvas, oil, 55x70 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
800 $
The royal castle. Noyshveinshtein, Germany
The royal castle. Noyshveinshtein, Germany
2004, canvas, oil, 55x65 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
Sold
Nuremberg
Nuremberg
2004, canvas, oil, 55x65 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
Sold
The bridge through the river Nekar. Heidelverg
The bridge through the river Nekar. Heidelverg
2004, canvas, oil, 55x70 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
635 $
Moscow. Tverskaya street
Moscow. Tverskaya street
2005, canvas, oil, 55x65 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
Sold
Venice. The bridge Rialto
Venice. The bridge Rialto
2003, canvas, oil, 45x60 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
540 $
The Venetian landscape
The Venetian landscape
2003, canvas, oil, 46x55 cm
Valeri Izumrudov
600 $
Leningradskaya Street. Gurzuf
Leningradskaya Street. Gurzuf
paper, pastel, 65x50 cm
Evgeny Balakshin
Price on request
Conti Quay
Conti Quay
2009, canvas, oil, 70x80 cm
Alexi Zaitsev
The road to the sea
The road to the sea
2009, canvas, oil, 61x81 cm
Alexi Zaitsev
Kolomenskoe manor. Spring
Kolomenskoe manor. Spring
2002, canvas, oil, 55x65 cm
Yuri Kudrin
Garden with golden balls
Garden with golden balls
1995, canvas, oil, 50x60 cm
Yuri Kudrin
Cafe in the shadow
Cafe in the shadow
2009, canvas, oil, 51x61 cm
Alexi Zaitsev
Sunday in Paris
Sunday in Paris
2007, canvas, oil, 60x70 cm
Alexi Zaitsev
Rain in Provence
Rain in Provence
2007, canvas, oil, 61x76 cm
Alexi Zaitsev

CITYSCAPE MASTERPIECES

The Parisian cafe
The Parisian cafe
1890, canvas, oil, 51x42 cm
Konstantin Korovin
The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
Boulevard des Capucines in Paris
Boulevard des Capucines in Paris
1873, canvas, oil, 61x80 cm
Claude Monet
State Museum of Fine Arts. Pushkin
Boulevard Montmartre. In the afternoon, sunny
Boulevard Montmartre. In the afternoon, sunny
1897, canvas, oil, 74x92 cm
Camille Pissarro
Hermitage, St. Petersburg
View of the Mikhailovsky Castle in St. Petersburg by the Fontanka
View of the Mikhailovsky Castle in St. Petersburg by the Fontanka
1800, canvas, oil, 156x185 cm
Fedor Yakovlevich Alekseev
The Russian Museum, St.Petersburg
Paris Street, bad weather
Paris Street, bad weather
1877, canvas, oil, 212x276 cm
Gustave Caillebotte
Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
San Marco Palace. Southeast side
San Marco Palace. Southeast side
1740, canvas, oil
Giovanni Antonio Canaletto (Canal)
National Gallery of Art, Washington