Thursday, November 10, 2016

Autumn Still Life

I love learning something new, interesting and watch contemporary paintings, especially still life. Today I want to introduce you to the modern artists, young women who love nature, flowers, still life and autumn
These women graduated Art academies and colleges participated in various exhibitions in Russia and other countries. The love to painting and to nature unites them all.


Still life 'Autumn' by Marina Zakharova, 52, shows us golden leaves and rowan berries on a table, asters in a vase. Graduated Yaroslavl Art college she lives in Kostroma (Northern Russia), took part in exhibitions in Germany, Poland and Greece.


The second one is 'Chrysanthemums' by Natalia Pavlusenko, 44, graduated Shevchenko Art college.


This is the painting 'Chrysanthemums' by Victoria Yakimova, 44, graduated Art college, lives in Crimea.


Two works 'Asters' and 'Autumnal bouquet' by Irina Ribakova, 52, graduated Nekrasov Pedagogical University in Kostroma, took part in exhibitions in Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Munich, Beijing. 

  

The still life 'Asters and viburnum' by Natalia Zakrevskaya is airy and light. Graduated Shevchenko Art college, she works in water color technique.


'Dima's red flowers bouquet' by Victoria Harchenko, 42, graduated Saint Petersburg Repin Art Academy. She worked as a professor of Fine Arts in Shanghai, China, lives in Kaluga (Central Russia), took part in exhibitions in Saint Petersburg, Pskov, Kaluga, Shanghai, Beijing.


The still life 'Blue and red asters' by Julia Goltseva, 35, graduated Voronesh Art Academy (South Russia), some of her painting are in private collections in Russia, France, Serbia.



'Summer is over' by Olga Vorobiova, graduated Moscow Art college, lives in Moscow. 

I liked all these paintings, can't choose the one I prefer. 
What of these autumnal still life did you like?

32 comments:

  1. I like the top one the best, I think. But I see why you like them all, specially since flowers are such a large part of your life.

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    1. You're right Jenny! I love nature and my garden is important to me. Thank you!

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  2. I think I like the second one best.

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  3. Son todos preciosos, uno de los que más me gusta es el último. Besos.

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    1. Si, Teresa, dalias son preciosas, gracias!

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  4. These five pieces of artwork are amazing. Picking a favorite is tough, but those first two are so realistic because of the reflections. The grapes look real enough to eat. Beautiful pieces. :-)

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    1. I liked you said about grapes, Judy :) Yes, this one is very realistic, I agree.

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  5. Very beautiful paintings! I like the one with asters and yellow acer leaves for most (#8).

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    1. Oh, it's true, yellow maple leaves brighten the picture, Tistou.

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  6. Like you, I love them all but 'Autumnal bouquet' by Irina Ribakova is my favorite. The rain on the window, the way the light plays on the foliage, and the gorgeous vase and cloth speak to me. You find the most beautiful paintings to share. Thank you!

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    1. You're welcome Peter! I loved the way the sunny rays highlight the vase.

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  7. They are all wonderful, Nadezda. If I were forced to choose one, perhaps it would be the second one, 'Chrysanthemums' by Natalia Pavlusenko. :) Thank you for sharing with us these lovely paintings and artists!

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    1. You're welcome, Sara! I did liked this painting as well because the color, shades and light balance is wonderful. (I say as an photographer :)

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  8. I like all these paintings! These artists are excellent and have a talent!
    Greetings

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  9. Oh! How wonderful paintings! Have a nice evening

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  10. Lovely paintings! I like the red and blue asters most. Groetjes Hetty

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  11. Hello Nadezda!

    Thank you so much. I met another great painter.
    The images are wonderful. I need to find online information about the artist and see the images.
    Greetings.
    Lucja

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    1. Lucja, I'm glad you have found a new painter and want to know more about him. I guess: who is she?
      Thank you!

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  12. ✿゚ه° ·.
    Todos muito lindos.
    Gostei da leveza e da delicadeza da transparência do segundo quadro.
    Também fiquei impressionada com os detalhes da renda do quinto quadro.
    Um post muito agradável, parabéns!!!

    Bom fim de semana com tudo de bom!
    Beijinhos.
    ╰⊰✿⊰ه° ·.

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    1. Ines, estoy contenta que te gustaron la segunda y la quinta pintura. A mi tambien las gustan mucho. Gracias!

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  13. I can't choose one either - they all are so lovely and natural! Thank You for showing them!

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  14. They are all lovely. I think the blue and red asters is my favorite.

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  15. Fantastic paintings!!! Greetings!:))

    xxBasia

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    1. Thank you, Basia, have a nice new week!

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