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Мария Антуанетта
2017
Темпера, тонированный картон 
Marie Antoinette
2017,
tempera on colored cardboard

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Мария Антуанетта 2017 Темпера, тонированный картон Marie Antoinette 2017, tempera on colored cardboard #andreyremnev 
#andreyremnev “Dormiente che sogna”  #art #artwork #favorite
Портрет кипрского мальчика,
1994,
Холст, масло

Portrait of cyprus boy,
1994,
Oil on canvas

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Портрет кипрского мальчика, 1994, Холст, масло Portrait of cyprus boy, 1994, Oil on canvas #andreyremnev 
11.10 Kvartira Club - Moscow 
12.10 WoW Club - Moscow 
14.10 ON Sunday - Bruxelles 
On Canvas: Andrey Remnev

#ivory #russia #belgium #moscow #bruxelles #music #art #play #party #andreyremnev
⚜️Ɠ•σ•ℓ•Ɗ⚜️ The Unplaiting of the Hair, Andrey Remnev, 1997
⚜️Ɠ•σ•ℓ•Ɗ⚜️ The Unplaiting of the Hair, Andrey Remnev, 1997
Мастер класс. Andrey Remnev ❤️ #andreyremnev  #painting#
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~ Art inspiration... 💐

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#artinspiration #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #apinting #artist #andreyremnev #russia #feminity #history #strongwomen #womenfromhistory
~ Art inspiration... 💐

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#artinspiration #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #apinting #artist #andreyremnev #russia #feminity #history #strongwomen #womenfromhistory
~ The wife first of Peter I, Eudoxia Lopukhina ~

Eudoxia Lopukhina, (1669—1731) was tsarina as the first wife of Peter I the Great of Russia, and the last ethnic Russian and non-foreign wife of a Russian monarc.

In 1689 she was given in marriage to Peter, a bridegroom of only 17. Endowed with beauty but lacking intelligence and ambition, she had little in common with the young tsar, whose chief interest was the mechanics of war.

In 1698 Peter sent her to a monastery. There she took vows, but left after six months and resumed life as a laywoman. Following the trial of her son, Tsarevich Alexis, for treason (1718), she was kept in confinement at a fortress east of St. Petersburg on Lake Ladoga. .

Upon the accession (1727) of her grandson Peter II, she was released and later installed at the Voznesensky Convent in Moscow and provided with a generous allowance. After the death of Peter II (1730), she made a feeble, unsuccessful attempt to succeed him.

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#eudoxialopukhina #russian #tsar #history #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #painting #artist #andreyremnev #strongwomen #womenfromhistory
~ The wife first of Peter I, Eudoxia Lopukhina ~ Eudoxia Lopukhina, (1669—1731) was tsarina as the first wife of Peter I the Great of Russia, and the last ethnic Russian and non-foreign wife of a Russian monarc. In 1689 she was given in marriage to Peter, a bridegroom of only 17. Endowed with beauty but lacking intelligence and ambition, she had little in common with the young tsar, whose chief interest was the mechanics of war. In 1698 Peter sent her to a monastery. There she took vows, but left after six months and resumed life as a laywoman. Following the trial of her son, Tsarevich Alexis, for treason (1718), she was kept in confinement at a fortress east of St. Petersburg on Lake Ladoga. . Upon the accession (1727) of her grandson Peter II, she was released and later installed at the Voznesensky Convent in Moscow and provided with a generous allowance. After the death of Peter II (1730), she made a feeble, unsuccessful attempt to succeed him. Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨 #eudoxialopukhina  #russian  #tsar  #history  #art  #artlovers  #arthistory  #historyofart  #painting  #artist  #andreyremnev  #strongwomen  #womenfromhistory 
~ The wife of Alexis of Russia, Natalya Naryshkina ~

Natalya Kirillovna Naryshkina (1651—1694) was the second wife of Tsar Alexis of Russia and mother of Peter I the Great. After Alexis’s death she became the centre of a political faction devoted to placing Peter on the Russian throne.

Natalya married the tsar in 1671. After she gave birth to Peter, Natalya and her relatives increased their political influence. Immediately after Alexis’s death, Natalya’s adherents, known as the Naryshkin party, tried to obtain the throne for Peter. But Fyodor, the eldest son of Alexis, succeeded his father, and the Naryshkin party lost influence. During Fyodor’s reign (1676–1682), Natalya, though living in relative obscurity, gained the additional support of the patriarch of Moscow, Ioakim, and of many boyar.

When Fyodor died, Ioakim secured the throne for Peter, naming Natalya regent (1682). But the opposition encouraged the streltsy (sovereign’s bodyguard), who were the only organized armed force in Moscow, to revolt. After several members of the Naryshkin family had been killed, the Naryshkin party submitted and recognized Ivan V (Fyodor's brother), and his sister Sophia as regent.

During the period of Sophia’s regency (1682–89), Natalya and Peter were effectively confined to Preobrazhenskoye, and the Naryshkin family was again excluded from governmental affairs. But in 1689, when Sophia apparently tried to seize the throne in her own name, the Naryshkins rallied their supporters and forced her to yield the throne to Peter. Subsequently, until Peter assumed personal control over the government in 1694, Natalya, aided by her brother Lev and Patriarch Ioakim, played the major role in the Muscovite government.

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#natalyanaryshkina #russia #tsar #history #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #painting #artist #andreyremnev #strongwomen #womenfromhistory
~ The wife of Alexis of Russia, Natalya Naryshkina ~ Natalya Kirillovna Naryshkina (1651—1694) was the second wife of Tsar Alexis of Russia and mother of Peter I the Great. After Alexis’s death she became the centre of a political faction devoted to placing Peter on the Russian throne. Natalya married the tsar in 1671. After she gave birth to Peter, Natalya and her relatives increased their political influence. Immediately after Alexis’s death, Natalya’s adherents, known as the Naryshkin party, tried to obtain the throne for Peter. But Fyodor, the eldest son of Alexis, succeeded his father, and the Naryshkin party lost influence. During Fyodor’s reign (1676–1682), Natalya, though living in relative obscurity, gained the additional support of the patriarch of Moscow, Ioakim, and of many boyar. When Fyodor died, Ioakim secured the throne for Peter, naming Natalya regent (1682). But the opposition encouraged the streltsy (sovereign’s bodyguard), who were the only organized armed force in Moscow, to revolt. After several members of the Naryshkin family had been killed, the Naryshkin party submitted and recognized Ivan V (Fyodor's brother), and his sister Sophia as regent. During the period of Sophia’s regency (1682–89), Natalya and Peter were effectively confined to Preobrazhenskoye, and the Naryshkin family was again excluded from governmental affairs. But in 1689, when Sophia apparently tried to seize the throne in her own name, the Naryshkins rallied their supporters and forced her to yield the throne to Peter. Subsequently, until Peter assumed personal control over the government in 1694, Natalya, aided by her brother Lev and Patriarch Ioakim, played the major role in the Muscovite government. Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨 #natalyanaryshkina  #russia  #tsar  #history  #art  #artlovers  #arthistory  #historyofart  #painting  #artist  #andreyremnev  #strongwomen  #womenfromhistory 
Склонённая,
2018,
55х40, 
бумага, тушь
〰️
#andreyremnev
Склонённая, 2018, 55х40, бумага, тушь 〰️ #andreyremnev 
«Небесные тела» (2011г.), автор - современный русский художник Андрей Ремнёв. Много лет он всерьёз занимался иконописью, но, как отмечает он сам: " Меня как-то Бог от всего этого вовремя отвел." Личный творческий поиск увенчался успехом: ему удалось создать собственный узнаваемый стиль в живописи, в котором всё же слышны отголоски иконотворчества. Художник использует в своих работах сочные натуральные краски собственного изготовления по древним техникам - на основе яичного желтка. У него есть целая серия картин, где нашли своё отражение впечатления его детства, навеянные пространством, где он вырос. Сам художник рассказывает о месте, где прошло его детство так: «Оно расположено на высоких холмах, с которых открываются перспективы, близкие к Брейгелевским: местность со значительными перепадами высот, каналом, соединяющим реки Москва и Волга, по которому двигались корабли, а по берегам -деревни и старинный город Дмитров ,— все это можно было видеть из окна моего дома. Всё это явилось источником вдохновения для меня.»
Да, не всем так везёт с видами из окна). Хотя если оглянуться в детство, наверное, каждый из нас способен вспомнить нечто такое, что будоражило воображение. Например, в моём детстве это были окна жилого дома напротив, с закруглённой сверху формой, что было само по себе нетипично для советских застроек. Разумеется, в фантазии маленькой девочки особенно в темноте, когда в этих окнах зажигался свет, дом обретал черты того самого сказочного дворца, где принцу случилось повстречать Золушку. Создавалось ощущение, будто бы я житель сказочного королевства и рано или поздно мне должны прислать билет на бал в королевский дворец.
Любопытно, насколько легко и свободно детское воображение способно восполнять имеющееся в распоряжении пространство необходимыми ему сказочными и мистическими деталями! Там, где у кого-то и глазу бывает не за что "зацепиться", иные люди, как видим, способны почувствовать присутствие величественных духовных покровителей, диктующих свой размеренный ритм, свою уникальную атмосферу каждому селению,свой колорит и образ жизни его обитателям.
#андрейремнев #andreyremnev #ангелы #пространство #душа #дух #детство #воображение  #followforfollow
«Небесные тела» (2011г.), автор - современный русский художник Андрей Ремнёв. Много лет он всерьёз занимался иконописью, но, как отмечает он сам: " Меня как-то Бог от всего этого вовремя отвел." Личный творческий поиск увенчался успехом: ему удалось создать собственный узнаваемый стиль в живописи, в котором всё же слышны отголоски иконотворчества. Художник использует в своих работах сочные натуральные краски собственного изготовления по древним техникам - на основе яичного желтка. У него есть целая серия картин, где нашли своё отражение впечатления его детства, навеянные пространством, где он вырос. Сам художник рассказывает о месте, где прошло его детство так: «Оно расположено на высоких холмах, с которых открываются перспективы, близкие к Брейгелевским: местность со значительными перепадами высот, каналом, соединяющим реки Москва и Волга, по которому двигались корабли, а по берегам -деревни и старинный город Дмитров ,— все это можно было видеть из окна моего дома. Всё это явилось источником вдохновения для меня.» Да, не всем так везёт с видами из окна). Хотя если оглянуться в детство, наверное, каждый из нас способен вспомнить нечто такое, что будоражило воображение. Например, в моём детстве это были окна жилого дома напротив, с закруглённой сверху формой, что было само по себе нетипично для советских застроек. Разумеется, в фантазии маленькой девочки особенно в темноте, когда в этих окнах зажигался свет, дом обретал черты того самого сказочного дворца, где принцу случилось повстречать Золушку. Создавалось ощущение, будто бы я житель сказочного королевства и рано или поздно мне должны прислать билет на бал в королевский дворец. Любопытно, насколько легко и свободно детское воображение способно восполнять имеющееся в распоряжении пространство необходимыми ему сказочными и мистическими деталями! Там, где у кого-то и глазу бывает не за что "зацепиться", иные люди, как видим, способны почувствовать присутствие величественных духовных покровителей, диктующих свой размеренный ритм, свою уникальную атмосферу каждому селению,свой колорит и образ жизни его обитателям. #андрейремнев  #andreyremnev  #ангелы  #пространство  #душа  #дух  #детство  #воображение  #followforfollow 
Синяя птица, диптих, фрагмент, 2006, 110x55x2, холст, масло
Blue Bird, diptych, detail, 2006, 110x55x2, oil on canvas  #art #contemporaryart #andreyremnev #blue #bluebird
Синяя птица, диптих, 2006, 110x55x2, холст, масло
Blue Bird, diptych, 2006, 110x55x2, oil on canvas  #art #contemporaryart #andreyremnev #blue #bluebird
Роза ветров, фрагмент, 110х90, холст, масло
#andreyremnev
Роза ветров, фрагмент, 110х90, холст, масло #andreyremnev 
“Swan Lake.” 2008 by Andrey Remnev

Remnev’s chosen path in art is a path of an escapist - a passeist and a stylizer. His language and technique deliberately draw their poetics from the past, but talk about the eternal - and therefore the contemporary.

Discover more in our Magical issue! ✨✨ #ShowMeYourMagic #ClankMagazine #AndreyRemnev #Art #Painting #Magic #ArtMagazine #Illusion #VisualPoetry
Andrey Remnev, Sleeping beauty🔸
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~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~

Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves.

A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made.  Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters.

A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. .

Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. .

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#slave #byzance #history #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #painting #artist #andreyremnev #strongwomen #womenfromhistory
#Repost  @womenfromhistory (@get_repost) ・・・ ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves. A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made. Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters. A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. . Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. . Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨 #slave  #byzance  #history  #art  #artlovers  #arthistory  #historyofart  #painting  #artist  #andreyremnev  #strongwomen  #womenfromhistory 
diptych
2004
Wood, Levkas, canvas, oil
#andreyremnev
2004,
60x60, 
Oil on canvas
#andreyremnev
Regrann from @womenfromhistory - ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~

Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves.

A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made.  Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters.

A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. .

Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. .

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#slave #byzance #history #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #painting #artist #andreyremnev #strongwomen #womenfromhistory - #regrann
Regrann from @womenfromhistory - ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves. A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made. Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters. A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. . Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. . Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨 #slave  #byzance  #history  #art  #artlovers  #arthistory  #historyofart  #painting  #artist  #andreyremnev  #strongwomen  #womenfromhistory  - #regrann 
#Repost @womenfromhistory
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~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~

Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves.

A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made.  Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters.

A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. .

Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. .

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#slave #byzance #history #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #painting #artist #andreyremnev #strongwomen #womenfromhistory
#Repost  @womenfromhistory • • • • • ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves. A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made. Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters. A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. . Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. . Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨 #slave  #byzance  #history  #art  #artlovers  #arthistory  #historyofart  #painting  #artist  #andreyremnev  #strongwomen  #womenfromhistory 
~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~

Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves.

A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made.  Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters.

A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. .

Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. .

Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨

#slave #byzance #history #art #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #painting #artist #andreyremnev #strongwomen #womenfromhistory
~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire ~ Slavery in the Byzantine Empire was common throughout its history. The military campaigns and expansion of the empire in the 10th century resulted in a large numbers of slaves. A main source of slaves were prisoners of war, of which there was a great profit to be made. Most of the domestic servants in large Byzantine homes were slaves and women, and were very numerous. Danelis of Patras, a wealthy widow in the 9th century, gave a gift of 3,000 slaves to Emperor Basil I. Some slaves worked the landed estates of their masters. A medieval Arab historian estimates that 200,000 women and children were taken as slaves after the Byzantine reconquest of Crete from the Muslims. Some parents, living in the Byzantine empire, were forced to sell their children to pay their debts, which Byzantine laws unsuccessfully tried to prevent. After the 10th century the major source of slaves were often Slavs and Bulgars. At the eastern shore of the Adriatic many Slav slaves were exported to other parts of Europe. Slaves were one of the main articles that Vikings traders dealt in their yearly visit to Constantinople. . Slavery was mostly an urban phenomenon with most of the slaves working in households. The "Farmers Law" of the 7th/8th centuries and the 10th century "Book of the Prefect" deals with slavery. Slaves were not allowed to marry until it was legalized by emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1095. . Painting by Andrey Remnev 🎨 #slave  #byzance  #history  #art  #artlovers  #arthistory  #historyofart  #painting  #artist  #andreyremnev  #strongwomen  #womenfromhistory 
Андрей Ремнёв – современный российский художник, чьи картины поражают иносказательными вневременными сюжетами и возвышенными образами.🕊️
Они современны и при этом пронизаны духом иконописного прошлого.
Отточенность мастерства и художественная глубина замыслов Андрея Ремнёва создают уникальные и глубокие по смыслу произведения.
Листайте карусель, чтобы посмотреть его великолепные картины.☺️
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#живопись #картины #иконопись #дизайн #казань #kzn #kazan #искусство #красота #Russia #paint #gorgeous #art #amazing #arts #lifeofadventure #красота #moscow #andreyremnev #художник #gold #life #firstkey #firstkeymag #beautiful #красотаспасетмир #bestoftheday #world #moodygrams
Андрей Ремнёв – современный российский художник, чьи картины поражают иносказательными вневременными сюжетами и возвышенными образами.🕊️ Они современны и при этом пронизаны духом иконописного прошлого. Отточенность мастерства и художественная глубина замыслов Андрея Ремнёва создают уникальные и глубокие по смыслу произведения. Листайте карусель, чтобы посмотреть его великолепные картины.☺️ _______________________________________ #живопись  #картины  #иконопись  #дизайн  #казань  #kzn  #kazan  #искусство  #красота  #Russia  #paint  #gorgeous  #art  #amazing  #arts  #lifeofadventure  #красота  #moscow  #andreyremnev  #художник  #gold  #life  #firstkey  #firstkeymag  #beautiful  #красотаспасетмир  #bestoftheday  #world  #moodygrams 
hunting 
2001
tempers on canvas
#andreyremnev
hunting 
2001
tempers on canvas
#andreyremnev
hunting 
2001
tempers on canvas
#andreyremnev
hunting with hounds
2001
60x60, tempers on canvas
#andreyremnev
hunting with hounds 2001 60x60, tempers on canvas #andreyremnev 
one of my old artworks
2001
60x60, tempers on canvas
#andreyremnev
one of my old artworks 2001 60x60, tempers on canvas #andreyremnev 
Радует, когда находишь вдохновение не только в творениях природы, но и в творчестве человека. Благодарю Вас, @andreyremnev, и картину «Завтра будет ветер» за то, что это стихотворение появилось на свет. 👇
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Я живу по пути и кстати,
Без отсрочек и отлагательств,
Долгий ящик не заполняя
Несвершившимися моментами.

Я противница замешательств:
На вершине стою у края
И вплетаю в тугие пряди
Жизни радость победными лентами.

Подо мною раскинут город,
Красных крыш белый флаг развеяв:
Безмятежным церковным звоном
Он сдаётся моей безусталице.

Я в безветрии этом млею,
Награждённая небосклоном —
Ветер, прытью моей поборот,
О бессильи своём печалится.

А в ладонях сжимаю скрижали,
Я согласие заключила:
Даже если вдруг завтра ветер
Станет дуть мне навстречу неистово,

Я найду в себе дух и силы
Жить счастливой на этом свете:
Против горести и печали
На вершине с победой выстою!
Радует, когда находишь вдохновение не только в творениях природы, но и в творчестве человека. Благодарю Вас, @andreyremnev, и картину «Завтра будет ветер» за то, что это стихотворение появилось на свет. 👇 ⠀ Я живу по пути и кстати, Без отсрочек и отлагательств, Долгий ящик не заполняя Несвершившимися моментами. Я противница замешательств: На вершине стою у края И вплетаю в тугие пряди Жизни радость победными лентами. Подо мною раскинут город, Красных крыш белый флаг развеяв: Безмятежным церковным звоном Он сдаётся моей безусталице. Я в безветрии этом млею, Награждённая небосклоном — Ветер, прытью моей поборот, О бессильи своём печалится. А в ладонях сжимаю скрижали, Я согласие заключила: Даже если вдруг завтра ветер Станет дуть мне навстречу неистово, Я найду в себе дух и силы Жить счастливой на этом свете: Против горести и печали На вершине с победой выстою!
Between narrative and fairytale, the way of Andrey Remnev...
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#andreyremnev #russianart #instamuseum #dailyart #arthistory #historyofart #arte #artned #artgram #artshare #artwork #artgallery #artoftheday #artlovers #artworld
Светлячкам тут не место 
2018
20х20
Холст, темпера 
#andreyremnev
Светлячкам тут не место 2018 20х20 Холст, темпера #andreyremnev 
Accarezzare chi ci sfiora mentre camminiamo: è illuminare il mondo.
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Andrey Remnev
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#AndreyRemnev #russianpainters #arterussa #carezze #accarezzare
Artist: Andrey Remnev.
Bronislava, 2017, oil on canvas, metal.

@andreyremnev

#andreyremnev #oilpainting
#russianpainters #contemporaryart
Starting the day with this beautiful painting by @andreyremnev You can watch a short video about his work here https://vimeo.com/143368524 #followart #morningmindfulness #Repost @ikj2781 with @get_repost
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Artist: Andrey Remnev.
The unplaiting of the hair,
1997, oil on canvas. "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 Remnev

@andreyremnev

#andreyremnev #oilpainting #russianpainters #contemporaryart
Starting the day with this beautiful painting by @andreyremnev You can watch a short video about his work here https://vimeo.com/143368524 #followart  #morningmindfulness  #Repost  @ikj2781 with @get_repost ・・・ Artist: Andrey Remnev. The unplaiting of the hair, 1997, oil on canvas. "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 Remnev @andreyremnev #andreyremnev  #oilpainting  #russianpainters  #contemporaryart 
Artist: Andrey Remnev.
The unplaiting of the hair,
1997, oil on canvas. "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 Remnev

@andreyremnev

#andreyremnev #oilpainting #russianpainters #contemporaryart
Artist: Andrey Remnev. The unplaiting of the hair, 1997, oil on canvas. "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 Remnev @andreyremnev #andreyremnev  #oilpainting  #russianpainters  #contemporaryart 
Декаданс
2007, 90х90, холст, масло

Decadence,
2007, 90x90, oil on canvas

#andreyremnev
Декаданс 2007, 90х90, холст, масло Decadence, 2007, 90x90, oil on canvas #andreyremnev 
Декаданс
2007, 90х90, холст, масло

Decadence,
2007, 90x90, oil on canvas

#andreyremnev
Декаданс 2007, 90х90, холст, масло Decadence, 2007, 90x90, oil on canvas #andreyremnev 
Andrey Remnev nato a Mosca nel 1962 è un artista contemporaneo.
Fortemente ispirato dai movimenti artistici russi del 15°, 17° e 18° secolo, nonché dalla pittura medievale di icone, i dipinti di Andrey Remnev sono interpretazioni ostentate e stranamente ipnotiche.
Cresciuto a Yachroma, nei pressi di Mosca, Andrey è sempre stato attratto dalla pittura della natura, persone, città e paesaggi. 
Nonostante il riferimento alla pittura medievale, c'è un sottile, tocco contemporaneo nelle opere di Andrey attraverso gli elementi più surreali che sono inclusi. 
Molti dei suoi dipinti rivolgono l'attenzione alle donne, sedute regalmente e in abiti con perle e disegni di fantasia. Ma i loro sguardi, inflessibili, aggiungono mistero e potere alle figure dipinte con tanta delicatezza.
Andrey attinge ulteriormente emulando le antiche ricette rinascimentali per le vernici, creando i propri colori con pigmenti naturali mescolati con tuorlo d'uovo. 
Emana una ricchezza e profondità inebriante dalle sue opere ed i colori dei gioielli evidenziano l'atmosfera sontuosa e fiabesca.

RAGAZZA DORMIENTE CHE SOGNA.  #andreyremnev #ipnotic #surreale #fiabesco #arte #labellezzacisalverà
Andrey Remnev nato a Mosca nel 1962 è un artista contemporaneo. Fortemente ispirato dai movimenti artistici russi del 15°, 17° e 18° secolo, nonché dalla pittura medievale di icone, i dipinti di Andrey Remnev sono interpretazioni ostentate e stranamente ipnotiche. Cresciuto a Yachroma, nei pressi di Mosca, Andrey è sempre stato attratto dalla pittura della natura, persone, città e paesaggi. Nonostante il riferimento alla pittura medievale, c'è un sottile, tocco contemporaneo nelle opere di Andrey attraverso gli elementi più surreali che sono inclusi. Molti dei suoi dipinti rivolgono l'attenzione alle donne, sedute regalmente e in abiti con perle e disegni di fantasia. Ma i loro sguardi, inflessibili, aggiungono mistero e potere alle figure dipinte con tanta delicatezza. Andrey attinge ulteriormente emulando le antiche ricette rinascimentali per le vernici, creando i propri colori con pigmenti naturali mescolati con tuorlo d'uovo. Emana una ricchezza e profondità inebriante dalle sue opere ed i colori dei gioielli evidenziano l'atmosfera sontuosa e fiabesca. RAGAZZA DORMIENTE CHE SOGNA. #andreyremnev  #ipnotic  #surreale  #fiabesco  #arte  #labellezzacisalverà 
Портрет Ионы Сысоевича (1607-1690), епископа, митрополита, строителя Ростовского кремля. 
#andreyremnev_portret , #andreyremnev
Портрет Ионы Сысоевича (1607-1690), епископа, митрополита, строителя Ростовского кремля. #andreyremnev_portret  , #andreyremnev 
Dietro la maschera del cinismo conservava intatta la capacità di meravigliarsi. (M. Gramellini da L'ultima riga delle favole)

Stupenda opera di Andrey Remnev 
#andreyremnev #russianartist #art #contemporaryartist #trapassatoepresente #mask #venezia #woman #loveart
Камуфляж, 2009, 120х80, холст, масло
Camouflage, 2009, 120х80, oil on canvas
#andreyremnev #oilpainting #art
Andrey Remnev 🔸~ #andreyremnev #art #paintings #painting #فن #رسم #لوحات_عالمية ~🌷~☕️~~
What tarot card does it remind you of and why?

Please add a couple of keyword with your answer.

There is no wrong one, I'm just curious about what you come up with. 
Image: Arrow, Andrey Remnev ( @andreyremnev ), 2015

#tarot #tarotgame #tarotreadersofinstagram #whattarotcard #tarotreading #cartomancy  #laetitiacartomancy #tarotreading #painting #art #history #illustration #divination #arthistory #oracle #archetype 
#allegory #embrace #arrow #andreyremnev
Camouflage, detail
2009, 120х80, oil on canvas

Камуфляж, фрагмент
2009, 120х80, холст, масло
#andreyremnev
Camouflage, detail 2009, 120х80, oil on canvas Камуфляж, фрагмент 2009, 120х80, холст, масло #andreyremnev 
Andrey Remnev // @andreyremnev #andreyremnev #artsxdesign
Andrey Remnev, 2016.
Andrey Remnev, 2016.
How fantastic is this?! #andreyremnev #artilove
Работа над созданием статьи о художнике Андрее Ремневе подарила мне огромное удовольствие. ☺️
Листайте карусель, чтобы посмотреть его великолепные картины☺️
И читайте мою статью❤️Страницы 18-20.Ссылка на неё в шапке профиля😘

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@andreyremnev
#живопись #картины #АндрейРемнев #иконопись #искусство #красота #статьи #firstkey #lifeofadventure #kazan #kzn #Russia #world #life #nice #moodygrams #photooftheday #flowers #woman #beautiful #paint #gorgeous #art #moscow #arts #amazing  #красотаспасетмир #love #work #andreyremnev
Работа над созданием статьи о художнике Андрее Ремневе подарила мне огромное удовольствие. ☺️ Листайте карусель, чтобы посмотреть его великолепные картины☺️ И читайте мою статью❤️Страницы 18-20.Ссылка на неё в шапке профиля😘 _______________________________________ @andreyremnev #живопись  #картины  #АндрейРемнев  #иконопись  #искусство  #красота  #статьи  #firstkey  #lifeofadventure  #kazan  #kzn  #Russia  #world  #life  #nice  #moodygrams  #photooftheday  #flowers  #woman  #beautiful  #paint  #gorgeous  #art  #moscow  #arts  #amazing  #красотаспасетмир  #love  #work  #andreyremnev 
Яблоки Гесперид
2007, 100х90, холст, масло
🍏
Apples of Gesperides
2007, 100x90, oil on canvas

#andreyremnev
Яблоки Гесперид 2007, 100х90, холст, масло 🍏 Apples of Gesperides 2007, 100x90, oil on canvas #andreyremnev 
Яблоки Гесперид
2007, 100х90, холст, масло
🍏
Apples of Gesperides
2007, 100x90, oil on canvas

#andreyremnev
Яблоки Гесперид 2007, 100х90, холст, масло 🍏 Apples of Gesperides 2007, 100x90, oil on canvas #andreyremnev 
Андрей Ремнев. Заботы ветров. Жизнь без суббот #познайискусство #andreyremnev
Тигровые лилии, фрагмент, 
2004, 80х60
Tiger Lillies, detail, 
2004, 80x60

#andreyremnev
Тигровые лилии, фрагмент, 2004, 80х60 Tiger Lillies, detail, 2004, 80x60 #andreyremnev 
Тигровые лилии, 2004, 80х60
Tiger Lillies, 2004, 80x60 🐅🐅🐅 #andreyremnev
Тигровые лилии, 2004, 80х60 Tiger Lillies, 2004, 80x60 🐅🐅🐅 #andreyremnev 
Тигровые лилии, 2004, 80х60
Tiger Lillies, 2004, 80x60 🐅🐅🐅 #andreyremnev
Тигровые лилии, 2004, 80х60 Tiger Lillies, 2004, 80x60 🐅🐅🐅 #andreyremnev 
Andrey Remnev • Андрей Ремнев, 1962 • Magic Realism painter • He was born in Yakhroma town, in the vicinity of Moscow
#andreyremnev #magicrealism #painter #art #arte #kunst #contemporarypainting #contemporarypainter #contemporaryartists #contemporaryart #painting #paintingoftheday #paintingart #paintings #paintingartgallery #painterly #peintures #peinture #mirror #mirrorselfie #mirrors
The more a person shows love, the more people love him. And the more he is loved, the easier it is for him to love others. 💕✨
Léon Tolstoï ✨Чем больше человек проявляет любви, тем больше люди любят его. А чем больше его любят, тем легче ему любить других. 💕✨
Лев Толстой
Pure beauté : @andreyremnev 
#svetlanakparis #svetlana_k #paris #parisienne #parisianstyle #russiansoul #russianart #russianartist #russiandesigner #effortless #chic #timeless #intemporel #authentic #instafashion #love #andreyremnev #sustainablefashion #modeethique #париж #парижскийшик #парижанка #этичнаямода #русскаядуша #русскийдизайнер #сделанослюбовью #изпарижаслюбовью #андрейремнев
The more a person shows love, the more people love him. And the more he is loved, the easier it is for him to love others. 💕✨ Léon Tolstoï ✨Чем больше человек проявляет любви, тем больше люди любят его. А чем больше его любят, тем легче ему любить других. 💕✨ Лев Толстой Pure beauté : @andreyremnev #svetlanakparis  #svetlana_k  #paris  #parisienne  #parisianstyle  #russiansoul  #russianart  #russianartist  #russiandesigner  #effortless  #chic  #timeless  #intemporel  #authentic  #instafashion  #love  #andreyremnev  #sustainablefashion  #modeethique  #париж  #парижскийшик  #парижанка  #этичнаямода  #русскаядуша  #русскийдизайнер  #сделанослюбовью  #изпарижаслюбовью  #андрейремнев 
Willow, 2015, 44x28 in, oil on canvas
Ива, 2015, 44х28 дюймов, холст, масло

#andreyremnev
Willow, 2015, 44x28 in, oil on canvas Ива, 2015, 44х28 дюймов, холст, масло #andreyremnev 
#andreyremnev El mago de la Glásnost #constructivism #art