Ukrainian artist Anatole Krasnyansky pioneered new techniques in watercolor by experimenting with texture. His artistic output centers on dualities: old and new, history and imagination, structure and surrealism.
Through two distinct approaches to his art, Krasnyansky depicts expressive architecture and surreal figures to remind us to never forget the accomplishments of the world’s cultures and traditions.
Three Reasons to Collect Anatole Krasnyansky:
1. He contributed to the restoration of the Hermitage Museum, the Potemkin Palace, and the Marble Palace
2. Did scenic designs for “Gilligan’s Island”
3. Painting and contributing at 88 years old