With her classic figurative forms, American artist Anna Razumovskaya magically captures the lyrical romanticism of renaissance portraiture, while creating art that is completely modern and original.
Anna is inspired by the graceful elegance of the female form, at turns, classically alluring, demure and provocative. Her art has a pervasive sense of ‘romanticism’, and the passionate and dynamic application of paint on the canvas and the artist’s signature use of expressive colour, combine to create her uniquely recognisable style.
Anna travelled extensively around Europe absorbing the influences of artists past and present before she settled down in Toronto, Canada where he still lives and works. Of particular interest to her were the portrait masters of the late 19th Century such as John Singer Sargent and earlier masters such as Peter Paul Rubens and Rembrandt.', 'She excelled at art school, studying in Germany, Belgium and Holland and enjoyed the freedom of learning and perfecting her technique in a variety of different media. Since setting up the studio in Toronto she has enjoyed successful solo shows in New York, Paris, Toronto, Amsterdam, Antwerp and Berlin as well as in Mayfair and across the UK. She has also been the subject of a collector’s book entitled: Anna Razumovskaya, Romantic Realist.
Anna’s work is widely admired and collected and she has numerous pieces in private collections across the globe.
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