Michancho, Da Vinci, Dutch masters, Vermeer … They were all great artists of the world. Visionairies, which changed the world by looking at art. And now, the torch has passed. Today, the new international “Master of Light” appeared in the form of a Russian painter, whose incredible photo-pictures, so realistic viewers fall into a world they could never have imagined – and those they thought they knew by heart.

The impressive work of the Russian artist Evgeny Lushpin  – capturing the lure of l’heure bleue in his urban and landscape scenes. His work romanticizes the notion of a human home, such as cities, streets and avenues, a very visually rich and ideally realistic manner that tickles the fantasy.

Evgeny Lushpin was born in Moscow in 1966. He graduated from the Art and Graphic Department of the Moscow State Pedagogical University and the Moscow State University of Arts. S.I. Stroganoff. The work of Yevgeny Lushpin represents the best of the fine arts of Russia and Western Europe. Strongly inspired by the work of Peter Brueghel, Andrew Wyeth, Hieronymus Bosch and Edward Hopper, he himself is one of the most outstanding contemporary Russian artists. His work can be found in many private collections throughout Russia, Europe and the United States.

Lushpin creates magnificent masterpieces that convey to viewers the time and place of his choice. From the golden, unforeseen moments along the hidden canals, to the warmth of the majestic centuries-old European mansion, to some of the most famous cities in the world. The paintings are so realistic that viewers imagine what they do not see, like the ones that they do.

The content of rural residents looking for a familiar district pub. Loving families settle for the night together. And the beauty of water and nature unites all this in a symphony of light and harmony. Like the magnificent visions of night dreams, Lushpin adds more than vital features – and accurate information – to create a symphony of power and light that attracted the collectors of his priceless originals around the world. Today Lushpin offers a rare opportunity to own decorated prints from the recognized “Master of Light”, whose value and price will undoubtedly increase over the years.

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