Anatoly Belyavsky

Joined Artfinder: May 2018

Artworks for sale: 100

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Belarus

About Anatoly Belyavsky

 
 
  • Biography

    1961             born in Danavishki, Grodno Region

    1978 - 1984  studied at Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute

    1993             member of the Belarusian Union of Artists


    Anatoly Belyavsky is a contemporary Belarusian artist. He works in the genres of landscape, portrait, and historical painting. He follows the traditions of the classical realist school of painting. Of all the genres that Anatoly Belyavsky works in, his landscapes take pride of place. He takes inspiration from the works of Ivan Aivazovsky and William Turner. His canvases are imbued with tempestuous moods and stormy emotions. Hills and rock faces as well as majestic trees and thunderheads are expressively painted using wide brushstrokes, and they help to markedly intensify the artist's work. The clarity of the artist's composition and the play of cold and warm colors create spectacular and solemn images of nature. Paintings on large-format canvases, in which the sharp tonal contrasts create emotionally intense scenes, occupy a special place in the artist's work. It is in such works that Anatoly Belyavsky feels most at ease. The artist has been able to reveal his true strength and talent in the course of his arduous and painstaking work on large canvases.

     

    Permanent collections:

    Mogilev Regional Arts Museum n.a. P. V. Maslennikov, Belarus

    Puhovichi Regional Museum of Local Lore, Belarus

    Belarusian State Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life, Belarus

    Smorgon Museum of Local Lore and History, Belarus

    Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

  • Education

    1978 - 1984

    Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute

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Education

1978 - 1984

Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute


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Biography

1961             born in Danavishki, Grodno Region

1978 - 1984  studied at Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute

1993             member of the Belarusian Union of Artists


Anatoly Belyavsky is a contemporary Belarusian artist. He works in the genres of landscape, portrait, and historical painting. He follows the traditions of the classical realist school of painting. Of all the genres that Anatoly Belyavsky works in, his landscapes take pride of place. He takes inspiration from the works of Ivan Aivazovsky and William Turner. His canvases are imbued with tempestuous moods and stormy emotions. Hills and rock faces as well as majestic trees and thunderheads are expressively painted using wide brushstrokes, and they help to markedly intensify the artist's work. The clarity of the artist's composition and the play of cold and warm colors create spectacular and solemn images of nature. Paintings on large-format canvases, in which the sharp tonal contrasts create emotionally intense scenes, occupy a special place in the artist's work. It is in such works that Anatoly Belyavsky feels most at ease. The artist has been able to reveal his true strength and talent in the course of his arduous and painstaking work on large canvases.

 

Permanent collections:

Mogilev Regional Arts Museum n.a. P. V. Maslennikov, Belarus

Puhovichi Regional Museum of Local Lore, Belarus

Belarusian State Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life, Belarus

Smorgon Museum of Local Lore and History, Belarus

Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

 
 
 
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