Oil on hardboard
Dimensions: 52cm (H) x 65cm (W) x 0.4cm (D) / 20.5" (H) x 25.6" (W) x 0.16" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Title: Courtyard on Gorky Street.
Autor: Victor Onyshchenko.
Size: 52x65 cm.
Materials used: Oil on hardboard.
Style: Impressionism, Realism.
The landscape was painted en plein air in the city of Chernihiv. Previously, this street was named after the writer Gorky, but now it was renamed Gonchaya Street. Near this courtyard, one of the few publicly accessible water pump (blue) has survived. Summer. Many flowers bloom in the yard. A huge rose bush blossomed especially violently. The old town with its one-story houses is adjacent to the blocks of high-rise buildings. Places that are familiar to me since childhood. The landscape is made in an impressionistic style. The painting was painted with oil paints on a durable primed fiber, glued to hardboard.
Based in: Kyiv
Born December 10, 1977 in Chernihiv (Ukraine), in the family of the artist Vyacheslav Onyshchenko.
Graduated from the department of painting of the Republican art secondary school. T.G.
Shevchenko in the city of Kyiv. Studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture
(Kyiv) in a group of landscape painting with Professor Vasily Ivanovich Zabashta.
Participant of all-Ukrainian and international exhibitions. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
Depicts Ukrainian landscapes. Works plein air in the picturesque corners of the Kyiv, Chernihiv and Carpathians regions.
In his work, Victor Onyshchenko combines traditions of classical school, coming from Russian Wanderers, with the techniques
of the Impressionists.
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