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Rouen CathedralBy Valeria Privalikhina

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US$ 1,750



Oil Paint, Oil on canvas

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Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 35cm (W) / 27.6" (H) x 13.8" (W)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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Artist Statement

”I saw Rouen Cathedral for the first time on a field trip in preparation for my diploma project dedicated to Claude Monet, and the motif has haunted me ever since. Now I understand Monet - there is something special about this place, it gets under your skin.” —Valeria Privalikhina

Flooded in the broad afternoon light and peppered with exquisite details, “Rouen Cathedral” is a quintessential Impressionist cityscape painting. Here Valeria applies her technical skillset to the fullest; starting with fine luminous washes, she gradually builds up to richer impastoed areas, reserving the brightest elegant touches to depict the shifting hues of the sunlight on the intricate cathedral’s façade.

Despite following Monet’s footsteps in her choice of subject matter, Valeria managed to speak with her own voice through the choice of a narrow vertical format, colour palette and delicate edgework typical of her style.

This unique original work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
Signed lower left: V.Privalikhina.


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Artist Profile

Born: 1990
Hometown: Divnogorsk, Russia
Based in: St. Petersburg

"Beauty is so intangible, it is inherent in every object and yet everyone sees it in an instinctively chosen combination of elements."—Valeria Privalikhina

Light and air invade Valeria's paintings immediately evoking the atmosphere of France and Italy where she made extended visits. Works of Joaquín Sorolla, Édouard Vuillard and the late …


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