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

Seascape (or marine art) is definitely a very special genre. It is impossible to depict the sea as something living, moving and possessing its own character if the artist is deprived of good imagination. According to the great Russian marine-painter Ivan Aivazovsky “…the motion of elements is too rapid for the brush to catch, making t impossible to paint lightning, wind strokes, water splashes from life”. And in fact, such a peculiarity makes the process of creation of the image even more astonishing. It is important that the work of a painter is still valued, even though today one can just take a picture and catch and preserve any moment he wants with no difficulty. It is all due to the fact that paintings can be much more expressive and touching, translating the artist’s fascination by the sea, which can provoke both fear and excitement. Just think what can be better than the majesty of waves, the reflection of a bright moon on the still surface or a hypnotizing sunset mirrored in the water? The perception of the sea subject in the art of modern Russian artist has changed lately. But, actually, not only the sea element is now depicted within the framework of maritime art – people interacting with it are an important image used by modern marine painters as well. Just imagine a lonely fisherman in the middle of nowhere or a ship’s company struggling with the blusterous windy night. In ArtRussia Gallery you can always buy seascape paintings created by well-known Russian marine painters in oil or water-colours. We have modern seascapes for sale in all genres and for all tastes.

SEASCAPE PAINTINGS

Boats
Boats
2004, canvas on cardboard, oil, 20x25 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
Gzhel from Gurzuf
Gzhel from Gurzuf
2004, canvas on cardboard, oil, 16.4x21 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
Silence
Silence
2002, canvas, oil, 80x90 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
Art of a fugue
Art of a fugue
2004, canvas on cardboard, oil, 25x30 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
Descent to sea
Descent to sea
2004, canvas on cardboard, oil, 30x31.5 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
Beginning of April
Beginning of April
2004, canvas on cardboard, oil, 20.5x25 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
The Fig Tree
The Fig Tree
canvas, oil, 50x40 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
010
010
canvas on cardboard, oil
Bato Dugarzhapov
Autumn Bouquet
Autumn Bouquet
canvas, oil, 50x60 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
014
014
canvas on cardboard, oil
Bato Dugarzhapov
The Lake Como, Italy
The Lake Como, Italy
canvas on cardboard, oil, 21x26 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
022
022
canvas on cardboard, oil
Bato Dugarzhapov
023
023
canvas on cardboard, oil
Bato Dugarzhapov
024
024
canvas on cardboard, oil
Bato Dugarzhapov
025
025
canvas on cardboard, oil
Bato Dugarzhapov
Moonlit Night on the Aegean Sea
Moonlit Night on the Aegean Sea
2012, canvas, oil, 60x70 cm
George Dmitriev
Fence
Fence
2002, canvas on cardboard, oil, 31x32 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov
Terrace
Terrace
2003, canvas, oil, 27x19 cm
Bato Dugarzhapov

SEASCAPE MASTERPIECES

Wave
Wave
1889, canvas, oil, 304x505 cm
Ivan Aivazovskiy
The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
Seascape
Seascape
1916, canvas, oil, 71x53 cm
Nikolai Dubovskoy
Tomsk Regional Art Museum, Tomsk
The Ninth Wave
The Ninth Wave
1850, canvas, oil, 221x332 cm
Ivan Aivazovskiy
The Russian Museum, St.Petersburg
Sign a fishing vessel in a storm in the harbor of Saint-Valery in Caux (France)
Sign a fishing vessel in a storm in the harbor of Saint-Valery in Caux (France)
1859, canvas, oil, 121x189 cm
Alexey Bogolyubov
The Russian Museum, St.Petersburg
The Fighting Temeraire
The Fighting Temeraire
1839, canvas, oil, 91x122 cm
William Turner
National Gallery, London
Lighthouse
Lighthouse
1895, canvas, oil, 40x67 cm
Lev Lagorio
Private collection