As many of you know; I have a daily art calendar which features artists from all over the world and from many era's. From time to time I like to feature a piece of artwork that pertains to an upcoming holiday or relating to a post that I am working on.
Today's feature is the artist: Anna Nikolaeva Karinskaya (1871-1931)
When turning to today's selection this page struck me, hard to believe that this was created so long ago....... it looks as if it could be hanging in a gallery today or in someones home.
The colors are what drew my eyes in this early a.m. The soft lines of the brushstrokes as they contrast to the open paneled doors, windows and panes of glass. You can even see the reflection on top of the hall table. And if I might add an interior that would be fitting in any 21st.century home of today. Look into the room, a great round topped table, daybed & great curved arm chairs. The color palette is also very welcoming in muted soft neutral & a dash of Scandinavian influenced colors.
Interior of l. Panteleev's House in Murmanov, 1913 * Art Museum of Vologda. Vologda, Russia.
Oil on canvas, a 55 x 45 vertical painting.
Below, the only other work of art that I could find listing the artist; Landscape with Haystack, 1903 Oil on canvas 39 x 72 From the same Russian collection in the Art Museum of Vologda.
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