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"Quiet Cove"

Painting, 1994, 50×70×2 cm

Description of the artwork «"Quiet Cove"»

GRIGORASH SERGEY VLADIMIROVICH

"Quiet Cove" 1994, oil on canvas, 50 x 70 cm, a unique picture that has no author's repetitions, a sample of the signature until 1996, after all the works are signed "S. Grigorash".

Honored Artist of Ukraine, Honored Artist of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, Corresponding Member of the International Academy of Culture and Art. Sergey Grigorash was born on April 22, 1963. Since 1987 He began to actively engage in creative activities. In 1989 he graduated from the graphic arts faculty of the Kursk Pedagogical Institute.

Sergey participated in more than 300 exhibitions of different levels, held more than 50 solo exhibitions. Works are in the Supreme Soviet of Crimea in Simferopol, in the Verkhovna Rada and in the State Museum of Ukraine in Kiev, in the Moscow Art Theater. Chekhov, in the Museum of the Black Sea Fleet of Russia and in the city hall of Moscow. And also in the collections of the Presidents of Ukraine, Belarus, Tatarstan, Bulgaria, Chairman of the Assembly of China Li Pen, in private and corporate collections of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Tatarstan, Poland, Czech Republic, Turkey, Germany, China, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland, the USA.


Sergey Grigorash is one of the outstanding masters of the modern marine landscape genre, considered to be the "Aivazovsky" of our time. The painter almost completely devoted himself to the creation of marines and gave this choice a truly significant meaning. The creative concept of the author is to create an emotionally expressive image of the sea, consonant with human passions and feelings.

The artist conveys his love for his native places, for the Cimmerian shores, Feodosia, Koktebel, Karadag. Here is a whole world of peaks of fantastic shapes, fantastic in plastic sea coves and colorful valleys. This region is a source of inspiration for many contemporary artists and poets, as it was once for I. Aivazovsky and A. Green, M. Voloshin and M. Tsvetaeva, N. Gumilev, P. Vyazemsky, O. Mandelstam and K. Paustovsky, V. Nabokov and S. Likhachev, A. Pushkin was here too. Sergey Grigorash appreciates and understands the magnificence of these places, singing them in his work.

Sergey Grigorash creates seascapes of the deepest force of influence, he achieves such a figurative system that makes an unusually amazing impression. Created works do not cease to intrigue the charm of the hill, the extreme clarity of visual forms. In the rhythms of the waves he depicts, an invisible song of the cosmos is heard, calling humanity into the mysterious, unknown depths of the world and the human spirit. All pictures are illuminated by the spiritual light of the author. The beauty of his work is restrained and solemn. The artist believes that only the combination of the beauty of nature and creative imagination will help to know the mystery of the universe.

You have a wonderful opportunity to touch the works of Sergey Grigorash, feel the coolness of the Crimean valleys and hear the music of the sea. You can buy the work "Silent Bay", both for yourself and as a gift to relatives and friends, friends and business partners and to keep these feelings forever.


"I feel the sea as a living embodiment of Nature, it is a source of my inspiration. The variability of the state of the sea element creates complexity in the full-scale image, but at the same time provides an unlimited opportunity for the manifestation of fantasy and improvisation."

Sergey Grigorash
$10,000.00
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Art form: Painting

Subject and objects: Landscape, Marina

Technique: Oil

Materials: Canvas

Date of creation: 1994

Size: 50×70×2 cm

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