Anatoly Dverin:An American Impressionist is a combination of autobiographical story telling and brilliant painting in the Impressionist style. This is the story of a child's hardships in the 1930's in Communist Ukraine and his drive and determination to realize his dream of becoming a professional artist. Anatoly graduated from art college and became a member in the prestigious Artists' Union in t...
Hardcover: 192 pages
Publisher: Dverin (September 1, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 9.4 x 0.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 6171759
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His future was secure with commissions from the Ministry of Culture and various publishing companies. Then, at the expense of giving up everything - college diplomas, precious old sketchbooks, and all personal property except $300 - and being repeatedly intimidated by the KGB, Anatoly immigrated to the United States with his wife and small daughter in 1976. During the last thirty years, Anatoly has worked as a professional illustrator whose astounding draftsmanship and attention to detail is so fine one could assume a colored pencil drawing to be a photograph. Still, Anatoly has traveled further with his talent to become not only a contemporary artist whose paintings are carried by the finest galleries but also a gifted teacher who is giving back by sharing his talent through teaching his craft. This is a man whose work is prolific and important. His portraits, sensitive to the nuance of personality, embody the life of the subject. The still lifes vary from delicate to bold through the subtleties of combining light, shadow and color. Most abundant in the book, and in Anatoly's work, are his landscapes. Readers can expect to enjoy the old and traditional landscapes of Europe as well as all the color and ruggedness of New England. Unifying all of Anatoly's work is his absolute mastery of composition and his playfulness with light. This book generously offers not only the pages of text, photographs, and illustrations for the autobiography, but also over 170 full color pages of portraits, still-lifes, and most importantly, Anatoly's landscapes.