The main line of our promotion is “realist impressionism” by professional painters, academically trained and gifted to reveal the miracle of the daily. Devotion to mastery makes chances good that their works remain as timeless as their themes: nature, body, person, craftsmanship, human accomplishment and pursuit of the sublime.

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“Crimean Roerich” Artem Puchkov has experienced a 1500 km long, 5700 km high painting expedition to Tibet, sponsored by the Roerich Society, India, for the value of his works. They are “prescribed” by holistic healers and savored by rationalists like bankers, diplomats, politicians, business collectors of art. His clue is emotional, passionate contemplation. Through painting, he confesses love of life.

Born: 1969, May 23, Tomsk, Russia. Lives and works in the Crimea, Ukraine.

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The swift brush of Sergey Poliakov (Son) belongs to impressionism, but the realist school persists. So his landscapes have air, his flowers have smell, his food scenes have taste. The viewer of his ephemeral works can feel the weight of metal, the coolness of water, the softness of fur, the texture of fabric, the warmth of skin.

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Om Mani Padme Hum

May 5, 2008

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2007. Oil & acrylic on canvas, 110×70 cm = 43.31×27.56″.

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1998. Oil on canvas, 120×60 cm = 47.24×23.62″.

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Tibet. Green River

May 5, 2008

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2007. Oil on canvas, 135×80 cm = 53.15×31.50″.

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2007. Oil on canvas, 120×60 cm = 47.24×23.62″.

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2007. Oil on canvas, 50×70 cm = 19.69×27.56″.

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2002. Oil on canvas, 130×80 cm = 51.18×31.50″.

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The Way to Shambhala

May 5, 2008

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2005. Oil on canvas, 110×70 cm = 43.31×27.56″.

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