ANDREY REMNEV, pintor russo contemporâneo (1962 -), se inspira nos movimentos artísticos russos dos séculos XV, XVII e XVIII e nos ícones medievais. Andrey mescla o mundo antigo e o mundo contemporâneo de maneira hipnótica; elementos surrealistas remetem a contos de fada. O artista usa técnicas renascentistas: prepara suas próprias cores com gema de ovo e pigmentos naturais, o que dá uma riqueza especial à obra por #lianaeppinghausbarbalhosilvateles#agendadearteecultura#andreyremnev
I was not familiar with the story for Lot’s wife., depicted in this beautiful painting by @andreyremnev - one of my favorite artists - so similar to the story of #orpheus and #eurydice it makes me think it may be an altered version for patriarchal power. What are we missing from these tragic stories? #lookingback can keep you stuck in the past as easily as it can help remember who you really are - mechanically the transverse (rotational) plane is the first thing we give up in injury or illness. Does that keep us from getting stuck in the illness or injury or keep us from getting better? It can go either way. We all transcend our addiction to “truth” and thrive when we have a 360 degree perspective on our lives. #moveforward#360#perspective#paradigmshift#art#mythology#life . #repost @andreyremnev with @get_repost
Lot's life, 2005, 110X95, tempera on canvas. Traveling behind her husband, lot's wife looked back, and became a pillar of salt.
The mermaid's glamour is a spell,
Disturbing the mind,
Confusing the senses.
Her shell-scaled tail, adorned with pearls,
Bewitched hands clapsed 'round
The centaur's emptiness,
Have some meaning that escapes me. 🎨Andrey Remnev, "Bronislava"
"My own style evolved from the ancient icon painting, Russian art of the 18th century, the compositional innovations of the World of Art group and Russian Constructivism.
As painters of the past, I use natural pigments bound with egg yolk." -Andrey Ramnev-
Akibat menggambar ga bisa posting dulu jadi ikutan challenge #artvshero ya. 🙏🙏 Andrey Remnev, salah satu tokoh #myfavoriteartist yang saya temukan di awal tahun ini secara kebetulan. Kebetulan? Tepat!
Kebetulan, tahun ini saya sedang mencaritahu everything all bout Russia by google. Dari mulai bentang alam, bahasa, kota-kota di belahan bumi paling utara dan timur jauh, seni, budaya sampai ranah vlog dan documentary. Tapi yg paling fundamental justru belum ku caritahu. sejarah, ideologi dan politiknya. Hehehe maklum itu aga berat ya bahasannya.
Awalnya saya terjebak pada sebuah website berbahasa russia yg kemudian mengantar saya pada karya seni milik Andrey. Bersyukurlah karena karyanya begitu indah. Saya langsung jatuh hati, rasanya seperti moment "nah ini dia" sosok guru yang lama di nantikan. Kotradiksi aduhaii dalam lukisan Andrey yang saya pelajari, dia mampu mengelaborasikan komposisi rumit klasik baroque art dengan gaya sederhana minimalis. Superb! Pahkah!🙌🙏 #andreyremnev#theartist#artguru#learned
“Heavily inspired by the Russian artistic movements of the 15th, 17th and 18th Centuries as well as Medieval icon painting, Andrey Remnev’s paintings are ostentatious interpretations and oddly hypnotic.
Growing up in Yachroma, near Moscow Andrey has always been drawn to painting nature, people, towns and landscapes. Despite referencing Medieval painting, there’s a subtle, contemporary feel to Andrey’s artworks through the more surreal elements he’s included....”
(About Andrey Remnev’s hypnotic Russian Medieval-style paintings by Rebecca Fulleylove) Artwork by Andrey Remnev oil on canvas 🎩 info & waiting list at: firstname.lastname@example.org STAY TUNED FOR MORE🌹#andreyremnev#sublime#surrealism#contemporaryart#artcontemporaine#detailing#oiloncanvas#magnifique#upcomingartist#dorothycircusgallery#mistery#magicrealism#secret
There is a middle zone, a rainbow edge where beauty comes into being, where two very different surfaces mingle and blur to provide what life does not: and this is the space where all art exists, and all magic…and all love…life more than life. And just as music is the space between notes, just as the stars are beautiful because of the space between them, just as the sun strikes raindrops at a certain angle and throws a prism of color across the sky — so the space where I exist, and I want to keep existing, and to be quite frank I hope I die in, is exactly this middle distance: where despair struck pure otherness and created something sublime.
— Donna Tartt, The Goldfinch, beautiful quote sent to me by my dad today
Happy Father’s Day to everyone!
Auspiciously, this is a potent time for the Divine Masculine—with Mars on the South Node as he prepares to station retrograde. May we take the opportunity now, and over the next several months, to heal our inner masculine—embracing all parts of ourselves with love and forgiveness. May we take responsibility for our mistakes and wrongdoing, clearing karma so we may enter the new paradigm with integrity and genuine care, for ourselves and each other.
Lots of love to everyone!
I’m currently going through a very tough period of time when trying to be good at doing your job, managing your own project and spending time with your family. It often comes to the point when you decide to cut a bit from the latter one, but really don’t... I’ve done it couple of times and it sucks. Cut from the sleeping hours, but be there for your families as much as you can. Things come and go, so do your beloved ones. What I’m trying to do is turning this time into an inspiration resource at the first place! Sooo, inspiration! :) Here are some things that inspire me: art, armours and crazy ladies! Featuring art of #ronmueck , #andreyremnev , #valentinserov and #laviniafontana#inspiration#fashion#art#mensfashion#warriors#armour#mood#ladies#crazy#katemoss#biork#pjharvey
Nobleman (Prince Menshikov)
oil on canvas 🔺
«Примечательно, что князь Меншиков, не будучи рождён дворянином, не умея даже ни читать, ни писать, пользовался, благодаря своей деятельности, таким доверием своего господина, что мог на протяжении многих лет подряд управлять обширной империей...». 🔹
Граф Б. К. Миних. “It is remarkable, that Prince Menshikov, who was not born a nobleman, and was illiterate, due to his work enjoyed such a complete confidence of his master, which enabled him in course of many years in row to control the vast Empire...”.
Count B.C. Münnich.