$31,651.38

Mykola Zhuravel

Apiary (2020)

Artwork Type
Dimensions
46.9x196.9 in
Techniques
Support or surface
Canvas
Framing
No
Ready to hang
The artwork has a hanging system allowing it to be fixed on a wall.
Mykola Zhuravel Was born in 1960 in Magnitohorsk, Russia. 1979- Crimean art school im.Samokisha, Simferopol, Ukraine 1989 - graduated from the prestigious Kyiv State Arts Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine 1995 - Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine 1996 - The artist is a member of...
Mykola Zhuravel

Was born in 1960 in Magnitohorsk, Russia.

1979- Crimean art school im.Samokisha, Simferopol, Ukraine

1989 - graduated from the prestigious Kyiv State Arts Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine

1995 - Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine

1996 - The artist is a member of the National Artists' Union of Ukraine and the BG-ART

1996 Awarded the Zolotyi Peretyn Prize and Artist of the Year title, First

International ART Festival, Kyiv, Ukraine

1998 First Place, the Ukrainian Painting Triennale, Kyiv, Ukraine

2009 - Academician of the Academy of Rome-modernist art

2011 - The nominee on the Shevchenkivska award

Included in the 30 of the best artists of Ukraine by version of the "100 names" publication

2016 - 1 Prize on the international Kunstpreis ART Worpswede 2016. Berlin, Germany.

Currently resides and works in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Related themes

AbstractOil On CanvasLarge ArtworkExpressionismAbstract Expressionism

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Zhuravel turns to nature to create thriving monuments to man’s links to the Earth itself. He searches for compatibility between Earth and humankind while pointedly referring to the obstacles that human...

Zhuravel turns to nature to create thriving monuments to man’s links to the Earth itself.

He searches for compatibility between Earth and humankind while pointedly referring to the obstacles that human beings have placed in the way of a harmonious existence. Zhuravel’s ambitious style results in a remarkable series of living images of a visionary utopia. By using levkas, a traditional primer employed by icon painters, Zhuravel unites the legacies of Byzantine and icon painting with his contemporary painterly technique. The result, richly vibrant and inventive contemporary works that emerge as abstract modern-day icons.


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