Vladimir Nasonov

b 1957

Nasonov was born in St. Petersburg. His talent was clear from a young age, exhibiting work while still in school. During his military service he provided artwork for the army, using his free time to study the works of the Renaissance Masters, and French painters of the turn of the twentieth century.

In 1986, with the lifting of the Iron Curtain, Nasonov was able to freely sell his work to foreign tourists. Collectors from the USA, Canada and Europe began to purchase his paintings for their private collections, and in 1992 a Russian art dealer began to bring Nasonov's work to the United States. 

Nasonov has a particular love of the French artists of The "Belle Epoque", and turn of the Century Paris. Many of his paintings show this influence of French Impressionism. Depicting the busy streets of the city, and its inimitable atmosphere during that period.


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Woman with Flowers

 

Woman with Flowers

Promenade on the Beach

 

Promenade on the Beach

Mother and Daughter

 

Mother and Daughter

 

Evening Promenade

 

Evening Promenade

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