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Artist: Anastasia Kurakina company
Harry in good mood
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
watercolor tempera on paper one of a kind hand signed BIO In search of the human essence As an artist, Anastasia Kurakina (lives and works in London) nurtures a great fondness for...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Paper, Ink, Watercolor

flowers
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
abstract painting on canvas one of a kind hand signed Collective exhibitions: 2023 London biennale, Chelsea, Old Town Hall; 2023 YICCA International art contest, Venice, finalist...
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2010s Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Canvas, Cotton Canvas, Oil

Uneaten tie
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
'Untied tie" 38,5x50cm watercolour portrait on paper one of a kind Hand signed Anastasia Kurakina BIO by Private Walls Gallery: In search of the human essence As an artist, A...
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2010s Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Tempera, Watercolor, Paper

pink panter
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
oil, ink, watercolour on paper hand signed frame with glass included Anastasia Kurakina BIO by Private Walls Gallery: In search of the human essence As an artist, Anastasia Kurakin...
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21st Century and Contemporary Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Paper, Oil, Watercolor

Horses painting Golden race
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
Anastasia Kurakina recently exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists at the Bicentennial Exhibition 2023 at the Mall Galleries in London, YICCA Contemporary Art Prize 2023 i...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Canvas, Cotton Canvas, Oil

Musician
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
"Musician from Paris" 28x38cm, watercolour on paper, 2023 Composing a melody is like living a life. You die, you born, you grow. Struggle, success, pleasure and variability. Musician's face appears as a palette, where in place of colours his emotions strike our imagination.We feel sorry, intrigued, puzzled...
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21st Century and Contemporary Vienna Secession Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

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Watercolor, Paper, Pencil

Tropical flowers
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
BIO In search of the human essence As an artist, Anastasia Kurakina (lives and works in London) nurtures a great fondness for human beings. Fascinated by the complex psychology of...
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21st Century and Contemporary Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Karoll
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
one of a kind watercolour on paper hand signed BIO In search of the human essence As an artist, Anastasia Kurakina (lives and works in London) nurtures a great fondness for human ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Ink, Paper, Tempera, Watercolor

Invisible
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
One of a kind Hand signed Oil painting on canvas BIO by Private Walls Gallery: In search of the human essence As an artist, Anastasia Kurakina nurtures a great fondness for human beings. Fascinated by the complex psychology of each individual, she repeatedly tries to capture those characteristics that define our uniqueness. This is why she prefers to work from living models. 'If someone is sitting in front of me, I can feel that person much more intensely and arrive at a fascinating pose while talking. I find it even more interesting to portray people in their own environment, because their homes often reveal a lot about who they are,' Kurakina says. Although she also works on commission, Kurakina does not shy away from addressing people who fascinate her on the street. In this sense, her - main - hometown of London is an inexhaustible source of inspiration. 'Londoners come from everywhere, and often dress very personally. Moreover, on the street you often see people from different backgrounds walking together. That contrast reinforces their individuality. I have a fondness for people who are not too perfect and who radiate a kind of suffering. I find it fascinating to try to capture that inner struggle, and so give my portrait more depth. Through their eyes, I can capture the soul of each person.' Each portrait starts with the eyes and a few rough, black outlines. These define the image, which then gradually emerges naturally. 'It's like walking in the mist, and the image gradually becomes clearer and clearer. The fact that I myself don't know exactly what will happen makes it fascinating. I only see myself as a participant in a creative process. The colours also arise intuitively and are dictated by the state of mind of the person I am portraying. I pay attention to the smallest details and emotional reactions, and try to translate them into an individual portrait,' Kurakina says. 'Thanks to this psychological analysis, my paintings show emotions that people never experience in the mirror or through a photograph. What they try to hide, I deepen and make visible. I try to penetrate to the essence of their being. Although that scares some people, there is no need for it. Because as Picasso said: in the end, every artist portrays himself first and foremost.' Pure magic Although she works with various techniques and materials, Kurakina's preference is for watercolour on paper. 'I love the directness of watercolour. Every painterly gesture is definitive, and therefore surprising. Moreover, watercolour allows you to leave a large part of the background white, so the image dialogues with the background and, thanks to its transparency, acquires a certain lightness. Although I sometimes dare to apply a few strokes of oil paint, as a solid counterbalance to the soft watercolours.' 'Like Henri Matisse and Italian Renaissance painters like Giotto, I experiment with the vibrant power of colours, trying to leave academic knowledge behind. Like Egon Schiele, I play with framing, making my characters seem to want to escape from their frame. Each new work arises instinctively, and is also a discovery for me every time. If other people experience the same emotions afterwards, that is pure magic.' text by private Walls Gallery In search of the human essence As an artist, Anastasia Kurakina nurtures a great fondness for human beings. Fascinated by the complex psychology of each individual, she repeatedly tries to capture those characteristics that define our uniqueness. This is why she prefers to work from living models. 'If someone is sitting in front of me, I can feel that person much more intensely and arrive at a fascinating pose while talking. I find it even more interesting to portray people in their own environment, because their homes often reveal a lot about who they are,' Kurakina says. Although she also works on commission, Kurakina does not shy away from addressing people who fascinate her on the street. In this sense, her - main - hometown of London is an inexhaustible source of inspiration. 'Londoners come from everywhere, and often dress very personally. Moreover, on the street you often see people from different backgrounds walking together. That contrast reinforces their individuality. I have a fondness for people who are not too perfect and who radiate a kind of suffering. I find it fascinating to try to capture that inner struggle, and so give my portrait more depth. Through their eyes, I can capture the soul of each person.' Each portrait starts with the eyes and a few rough, black outlines. These define the image, which then gradually emerges naturally. 'It's like walking in the mist, and the image gradually becomes clearer and clearer. The fact that I myself don't know exactly what will happen makes it fascinating. I only see myself as a participant in a creative process. The colours also arise intuitively and are dictated by the state of mind of the person I am portraying. I pay attention to the smallest details and emotional reactions, and try to translate them into an individual portrait,' Kurakina says. 'Thanks to this psychological analysis, my paintings show emotions that people never experience in the mirror or through a photograph. What they try to hide, I deepen and make visible. I try to penetrate to the essence of their being. Although that scares some people, there is no need for it. Because as Picasso said: in the end, every artist portrays himself first and foremost.' Pure magic Although she works with various techniques and materials, Kurakina's preference is for watercolour on paper. 'I love the directness of watercolour. Every painterly gesture is definitive, and therefore surprising. Moreover, watercolour allows you to leave a large part of the background white, so the image dialogues with the background and, thanks to its transparency, acquires a certain lightness. Although I sometimes dare to apply a few strokes of oil paint, as a solid counterbalance to the soft watercolours.' 'Like Henri Matisse and Italian Renaissance painters like Giotto, I experiment with the vibrant power of colours, trying to leave academic knowledge behind. Like Egon Schiele, I play with framing, making my characters seem to want to escape from their frame. Each new work arises instinctively, and is also a discovery for me every time. If other people experience the same emotions afterwards, that is pure magic.' text by private Walls Gallery Anastasia Kurakina recently exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists at the Bicentennial Exhibition 2023 at the Mall Galleries in London, YICCA Contemporary Art Prize 2023 in Venice,Italy, London Biennale 2023 in London, Chelsea Old Town Hall in 2023. She was one of the best 50 portrait artist in the world selected for the BP Portrait Award exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery London in 2017. Her drawings are included at the Vatican Museum collection of contemporary art. Kurakina“s works are a personal interiorization that matches the search for a deeper meaning, beyond visible reality. Her”s is a desire to go beyond the pure representation of reality, a need to tell something that goes beyond the external aspect, that something that speaks of the inner part of those who are portrayed. Portrait of a girl and a boy with pink poodle Original painting on canvas. Love Hunter after a the fields of passion and pleasure. Note the juxtaposition in the top left hand corner, where the hunter becomes the hunted...
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21st Century and Contemporary Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Sunny girl
By Anastasia Kurakina company
Located in London, GB
original watercolor oil ink on paper painting 2023 hand signed Anastasia Kurakina's BIO by Private Walls Gallery: "In search of the human essence" As an artist, Anastasia Kurakina ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Anastasia Kurakina Company Art

Materials

Paper, Pencil, Crayon, Ink, Oil, Tempera, Watercolor

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