RUSSIAN IMPRESSIONISM AND IMPRESSIONIST PAINTERS - BUY IMPRESSIONIST PAINTINGS AT ARTRUSSIA GALLERY

Impressionism is an art movement, representatives of which by fixing their fleeting impressions strived at a natural depiction of the world in all its movement and changeability. It originated within a group of Paris-based painters in the end of 1860. Painters, among whom Claude Monet, Alfred Sisley, Camille Pissarro, Pierre Auguste Renoir established a systematic approach to plein air painting, creating on their canvases a feeling of the sparkling day light, the richness of nature colours, some kind of dilution of form in vibrations of light and air. The separation of colours, laid on canvas with different strokes with no mixing, tinged shades and reflexes made the pictures very bright and touching. Modern impressionism is a very popular movement in the world art stage, including Russia, which has always had intimate relationships with the style – just look at the amount of masterpieces in collections of Russian museums. Modern impressionists carry on developing the style and basic principles of impressionism in pictorial art. No modern technology has enough power to outweigh the ability and desire of people to touch upon the beauty of the world, which can be so amazingly translated by impressionists. In the ArtRussia Gallery you can always purchase paintings created by the best Russian impressionists of today.

 

IMPRESSIONIST PAINTINGS

Sledging
Sledging
canvas, oil, 81x70 cm
Evgeny Balakshin
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Smolensk cathedral in cloudy weather
Smolensk cathedral in cloudy weather
1994, canvas, oil, 90x70 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Krutizkoe a farmstead
Krutizkoe a farmstead
1997, canvas, oil, 70x110 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Summer afternoon
Summer afternoon
2013, canvas, oil, 81x70 cm
Evgeny Balakshin
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Мадрид. Площадь солнца
Мадрид. Площадь солнца
canvas, oil, 80x60 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Summer in village
Summer in village
2013, canvas, oil, 66x54 cm
Evgeny Balakshin
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Imaginations on a theme of Rome
Imaginations on a theme of Rome
1999, canvas, oil, 120x60 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Karakasson. Against the sun
Karakasson. Against the sun
2000, canvas, oil, 80x100 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Florence. Palace Vekio
Florence. Palace Vekio
1998, canvas, oil, 120x60 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Cathedral in Barcelona
Cathedral in Barcelona
2001, canvas, oil, 90x60 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Cathedral in Saragossa
Cathedral in Saragossa
1999, canvas, oil, 100x50 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Tallin. A kind on church Niguliste
Tallin. A kind on church Niguliste
1990, canvas, oil, 115x90 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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London. A kind on parliament
London. A kind on parliament
1997, canvas, oil, 70x110 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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London. The area before Westminister abbey
London. The area before Westminister abbey
1998, canvas, oil, 80x110 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Moulen Ruge
Moulen Ruge
2002, canvas, oil, 60x90 cm
Valery Rubanenko
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Red roses
Red roses
2004, canvas, oil, 50x40 cm
Angelica Privalikhina
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White bouquet
White bouquet
2004, canvas, oil, 50x40 cm
Angelica Privalikhina
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Scarlet breeze
Scarlet breeze
2004, canvas, oil, 60x50 cm
Angelica Privalikhina
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MASTERPIECES OF IMPRESSIONISM

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
Vase with Twelve Sunflowers
Vase with Twelve Sunflowers
1888, canvas, oil, 91x72 cm
Vincent Van Gogh
Neue Pinakothek, Munich
Water Lilies (Clouds)
Water Lilies (Clouds)
1903, canvas, oil, 74x105 cm
Claude Monet
Private collection
Swing
Swing
1876, canvas, oil, 92x73 cm
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Musee d'Orsay, Paris
Birch Crove
Birch Crove
1879, canvas, oil, 97x181 cm
Arkhip Kuindzhi
The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow