I have just learned about another Russian realist painter and I couldn’t resist presenting his beautiful works. He is a landscape painter, he loves the wild nature of central Russia or the narrow streets of a small French town. His style is slightly shifted toward expressionism midway between the photorealism of Sorin Sorin and the heavy expressionism of Ovanes Berberian.
His works were present in around 30 exhibitions since 1993, all over Europe, in Moscow or in more exotic locations like Hong Kong. You can even find his works for sale in the Atlantis Fine Arts gallery in South Florida. You will find Dmitri Levin paintings in private collections all over the world, USA, Canada, Europe and Russia.
Dmitri Levin was born in 1955 in Tambov a region in western Russia, in Morshansk a town dating back to the 17th century. Influenced by his father, he attended the art school and later on (1976) he graduated from Penza Art College. In 1997 he became a member of the Russian Union of Artists.
But the one that I really love is this. It speaks to me in a way I’m not really sure I can describe.
Here are some more works.
I found them on his website, which you should visit if you want to see more.
His wife, Victoria Levin is a realist painter too, I will return soon with a gallery of her paintings.