European artists began to use oil paint in the XV century, and ever since it was created with the help of the most famous paintings of all time. But in the days of our high-tech oil still retains the charm and mystery as artists continue to invent new technology, tearing apart templates and pushing the boundaries of CONTEMPORARY art.
< Website I have chosen works that delighted us and was forced to recall that fine can be produced in any era.
Volumetric landscape Justina Kopani
The winner of the incredible skill of the Polish artist Justin digging (Justyna Kopania) in their expressive work sweeping able to maintain the transparency of the fog, the ease of sail, gentle rocking of the ship on the waves.
Her paintings are striking in their depth, volume, saturation, and texture is such that from them it is impossible to look away.
Warm simplicity Valentine Gubareva
The artist-primitivist Minsk Valentin Gubarev not chasing fame and just doing what he loves. His work is so popular abroad, but almost unknown to his compatriots. In the mid-90s in his household sketches fell in love with the French and entered into a contract with an artist for 16 years. The paintings, which seemingly should be understandable only to us, bearers of "The Discreet Charm of the undeveloped socialism", like the European public, and the opening of the exhibition in Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain and other countries.
Sensual realism Sergei Marshennikova
Sergei Marshennikovu '41. He lives in St. Petersburg and works in the best traditions of classical Russian school of realistic portraiture. Heroines of his paintings are delicate and defenseless in his half-naked women. Many of the most famous painting shows the artist's muse and wife - Natalia.
Myopic world of Philip Barlou