Tuesday, 13 November 2012

I have come across this Russian Artist!

The colours and the sensitivity of Natasha Milaschevich attracted me!
She uses the stunning folk costumes of her country as  inspiration
This is so delicate .
Gorgeous patterns and colours.
This artist is painting today and has work in many galleries across the world.
 


15 comments:

  1. Lovely! I particularly like the last one.

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  2. What vibrant colours she uses. I do like the first one. How did you find her?
    Patricia x

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    1. Just looking up folk costume on google .I love trawling about on google images .

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  3. Amazing colors! Thanks for introducing me to her work : )

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    1. I am looking for bright colours,strong colours to brighten up the winter months. Thanks for dropping in!

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  4. What inspiring colours and patterns all balanced together - some intriguing stories behind the images perhaps. (BTW thanks for you lovely comment on my blog! I have read Miller's Colossus - for me, the most enjoyable of his books. And that legendary Katsimbalis gets everywhere - pops up in Artemis Cooper's new biog of Patrick Leigh Fermor...very good read.)

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    1. Thanks Deborah, I have requested the Fermor book at work . I actually only really like that one by Miller too.love Angela

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  5. Stunningly beautiful, I totally understand your fascination.;) I think it is so rare to find an artist of traditional realism, instead of just modern, abstract art, which very rarely appeals to me.;))
    Her style reminds me of one of my favourite artist of all times, the Czech Alfons Mucha, who is also considered the founder of Art Nouveau.;))
    Have a great Sunday,
    xoxo

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    1. Thanks Zuzana,the pictures are so full of colour.Abstract art is not really my taste but I do see the reason for it. I adore Mucha and have a lovely book which my husband Steve gave me last birthday.Take care and have a good week x

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  6. Thank you for introducing this artist, i adore her work. The colours & delicate way of painting are wonderful as is the subject matter. Her use of pattern & colour is inspiring! So right up my street. Im off to explore more. thank you!

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    1. Glad you like them. Colour seems so important in the winter months. Her work is gorgeous" x

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