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Oil painting Portrait of sisters Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov

"Portrait of the Sisters" is a captivating oil painting that portrays the bond between two sisters. The artwork, created with meticulous brushstrokes and an expert use of color, emanates a sense of intimacy and familial connection. The composition centers around the upper torsos of the siblings, drawing the viewer's attention to their captivating faces and subtle expressions. The sister on the left, adorned in vibrant red garments, gazes off to the side with a hint of curiosity and contemplation. Her eyes are filled with a mixture of warmth and wisdom, hinting at her discerning nature. The artist has captured her features with precision, showcasing delicate contours and the play of light and shadow on her visage. Her vibrant attire, reminiscent of passion and vitality, creates a striking contrast against the subdued background. To the right stands the second sister, clad in earthy brown attire. Her gaze is slightly averted, gazing beyond the viewer's perspective, evoking a sense of quiet introspection. The artist has masterfully painted her countenance, portraying a serene and thoughtful expression. The nuances of her face are skillfully rendered, revealing a gentle strength and tranquility within her character. The painting's title, "Portrait of the Sisters," encapsulates the essence of the artwork—a celebration of sisterhood and the unbreakable bond between siblings. The artist's choice of the portrait format emphasizes the sisters' individuality while highlighting their shared connection. Through their distinct poses and color palettes, the artist successfully captures their unique personalities while also illustrating the deep-rooted bond that ties them together. "Portrait of the Sisters" stands as a testament to the enduring power of familial relationships and serves as an exquisite portrayal of the complexities of sisterly love. It invites viewers to reflect on their own experiences with siblings and revel in the beauty of human connection.

*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "Portrait of sisters"
* ARTISTS: Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov
* SIZE: 19x28 cm/'7.48x11.02 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, cardboard
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection
* CONDITION: Photos provide accurate information about the product.

About the artists: Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov was born on May 18, 1967 in the city of Lubny. He graduated from the Lubensk secondary school № 1. One of his favorite lessons was drawing. I was even more attracted by studies at an art school, where boys and girls were introduced to high art thanks to the wise teachers Vasily Semenyuta, Anatoly Kharchuk, Nikolai Korablev, Tamara Moshnikoviy. Especially in his artistic development, Alexander owes to Vasily Ivanovich Semenyuta, his classical school of teaching, which he enriched in his time through his acquaintance with famous artists Alexei Asaulenko and Petr Likhin. And also an extremely important role in the passion for painting was played by the fact that Alexander's father, Arkady Petrovich Litvinov, was both a talented artist and an excellent teacher. He had 53 years of teaching experience - he taught drawing and drawing at the Lubensk school №8, many of his students connected their professions with artistic creativity. Alexander's elder brother, Oleg Arkadyevich Litvinov, a member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, now lives in Odessa, also chose the artistic path.

And after leaving school, Alexander served in the army, where his artistic talent came in handy - in Soviet times, visual agitation was highly valued. He served in Dnepropetrovsk, where two personal exhibitions of his paintings were organized. While still at school, Alexander began to design books, in particular, children's literature. He received his first creative fee in the tenth grade from the publishing house "Raduga" for the design of the book by Anatoly Rybakov "Krosh's Vacation". Later she studied at the Odessa Theater and Art School, specializing in "Decoration of puppet shows and artistic and props art."

Studying at the school and passion from childhood with historical and biblical literature greatly influenced the creative manner of the artist. He works in the style of the so-called figurative art, where the main thing is the image of the human body.

Materials used:

oil

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Portrait of sisters (1990)

Oil painting 
by Oleg and Alexander Litvinov

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AAA2935
Oil painting Portrait of sisters Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov

"Portrait of the Sisters" is a captivating oil painting that portrays the bond between two sisters. The artwork, created with meticulous brushstrokes and an expert use of color, emanates a sense of intimacy and familial connection. The composition centers around the upper torsos of the siblings, drawing the viewer's attention to their captivating faces and subtle expressions. The sister on the left, adorned in vibrant red garments, gazes off to the side with a hint of curiosity and contemplation. Her eyes are filled with a mixture of warmth and wisdom, hinting at her discerning nature. The artist has captured her features with precision, showcasing delicate contours and the play of light and shadow on her visage. Her vibrant attire, reminiscent of passion and vitality, creates a striking contrast against the subdued background. To the right stands the second sister, clad in earthy brown attire. Her gaze is slightly averted, gazing beyond the viewer's perspective, evoking a sense of quiet introspection. The artist has masterfully painted her countenance, portraying a serene and thoughtful expression. The nuances of her face are skillfully rendered, revealing a gentle strength and tranquility within her character. The painting's title, "Portrait of the Sisters," encapsulates the essence of the artwork—a celebration of sisterhood and the unbreakable bond between siblings. The artist's choice of the portrait format emphasizes the sisters' individuality while highlighting their shared connection. Through their distinct poses and color palettes, the artist successfully captures their unique personalities while also illustrating the deep-rooted bond that ties them together. "Portrait of the Sisters" stands as a testament to the enduring power of familial relationships and serves as an exquisite portrayal of the complexities of sisterly love. It invites viewers to reflect on their own experiences with siblings and revel in the beauty of human connection.

*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "Portrait of sisters"
* ARTISTS: Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov
* SIZE: 19x28 cm/'7.48x11.02 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, cardboard
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection
* CONDITION: Photos provide accurate information about the product.

About the artists: Alexander Arkadievich Litvinov was born on May 18, 1967 in the city of Lubny. He graduated from the Lubensk secondary school № 1. One of his favorite lessons was drawing. I was even more attracted by studies at an art school, where boys and girls were introduced to high art thanks to the wise teachers Vasily Semenyuta, Anatoly Kharchuk, Nikolai Korablev, Tamara Moshnikoviy. Especially in his artistic development, Alexander owes to Vasily Ivanovich Semenyuta, his classical school of teaching, which he enriched in his time through his acquaintance with famous artists Alexei Asaulenko and Petr Likhin. And also an extremely important role in the passion for painting was played by the fact that Alexander's father, Arkady Petrovich Litvinov, was both a talented artist and an excellent teacher. He had 53 years of teaching experience - he taught drawing and drawing at the Lubensk school №8, many of his students connected their professions with artistic creativity. Alexander's elder brother, Oleg Arkadyevich Litvinov, a member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, now lives in Odessa, also chose the artistic path.

And after leaving school, Alexander served in the army, where his artistic talent came in handy - in Soviet times, visual agitation was highly valued. He served in Dnepropetrovsk, where two personal exhibitions of his paintings were organized. While still at school, Alexander began to design books, in particular, children's literature. He received his first creative fee in the tenth grade from the publishing house "Raduga" for the design of the book by Anatoly Rybakov "Krosh's Vacation". Later she studied at the Odessa Theater and Art School, specializing in "Decoration of puppet shows and artistic and props art."

Studying at the school and passion from childhood with historical and biblical literature greatly influenced the creative manner of the artist. He works in the style of the so-called figurative art, where the main thing is the image of the human body.

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#oil painting #portrait #woman #original painting #girl #people #ukrainian art #art collection #female portrait #portrait of sisters 
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