Victor Onyshchenko, Trypillian Landscape

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A beautiful oil on canvas depicting Trypillia in the Spring. Several roads wind their way around rows of lodges.

Victor Onyshchenko is an accomplished painter of Ukrainian landscapes – predominantly the picturesque corners of Kyiv and Chernihiv.

He tends to work ‘en plein air’, in the same vein as the impressionists/post-impressionists, yet balances his love for impressionism with a respect for classicism.

As such, his influences include Pissarro, Cezanne, Monet and Van Gogh, as well as realists, such as Tatyana Yablonska, and the ‘Russian Wanderers’.

This interesting blending of styles results in landscapes which are grounded in reality, while also possessing a bold, often exciting, colour palette.

Frame displayed for illustration purposes.

Medium Oil on canvas
32” x 24” / 80cm x 60cm