Olga Suvorova Venice, 1000 Piece Puzzle
What attracted us to Olga Suvorova Venice puzzle is the wonderfully colourful and detailed period costume of the characters. Studying fine art through a jigsaw is a fantastic way to learn about a painting. For example, it helps you to look at the detail that you might otherwise have missed. Furthermore, you can study the way the artist has worked with the medium in very close detail. In Olga Suvorova Venice, look at how the artist has applied the paint to create a lustrous sheen in the costumes. Observe the luminous quality in the skin tones that she has created. In each bloom on the rose bush, she creates depth.
About the Artist
Born in Leningrad in 1966, Olga Suvorova is the daughter of the Honored Artist of RSFSR Igor Suvorov. She is the representative of the dynasty of Suvorov artists, which includes the three generations of St Petersburg artists: Olga’s father, Igor Suvorov, Natalia and Olga’s daughter – Ekaterina.
In 1998 Olga Suvorova graduated from Saint-Petersburg Academy of Arts named after Ilya Repin, the workshop of A. Mylnikov.
Olga Suvorova has formed her authentic style of painting – historical costume portraits of people – in the style of various periods like the Renaissance and Rococo. Her work is reminiscent of the popular in the 20th century Saint Petersburg artistic movement ‘Mir Iskusstva’ (‘The World of Arts’). Which itself was inspired by the art and culture of the 18th century.
The artist constantly participates in exhibitions in Russia and abroad. Her works are in private collections in England, America, Germany, China, Russia and other countries.
About Pomegranate Puzzles
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