Ivan Vityuk

 Ivan Vityuk - On the Vorontsovskogo Terrace Ivan Vityuk - Cozy Cottage Ivan Vityuk - Old Monastery Ivan Vityuk - Green Door Ivan Vityuk - On the Pond Ivan Vityuk - Hide and Seek Ivan Vityuk - Gates Ivan Vityuk - Chickens Ivan Vityuk - In the Sun Ivan Vityuk - Rainbow Sense Ivan Vityuk - Mountain Creek Ivan Vityuk - Portrait of a Woman Ivan Vityuk - Rainy Day Ivan Vityuk - Pearl Day Ivan Vityuk - Violet Evening Ivan Vityuk - Old House, Goats
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On the Vorontsovskogo Terrace
 Ivan Vityuk - On the Vorontsovskogo Terrace

19 3/4" x 15 3/4" oil

Cozy Cottage
 Ivan Vityuk - Cozy Cottage

15" x 19 3/4" oil

Old Monastery
 Ivan Vityuk - Old Monastery

35 3/8" x 47 1/4" oil

Green Door
 Ivan Vityuk - Green Door

14" x 10 1/2" oil

On the Pond
 Ivan Vityuk - On the Pond

8" x 10" oil

Hide and Seek
 Ivan Vityuk - Hide and Seek

15 5/8" x 23 5/8" oil

Gates
 Ivan Vityuk - Gates

19 5/8" x 15 3/4" oil

Chickens
 Ivan Vityuk - Chickens

13 5/8" x 19 5/8" oil

In the Sun
 Ivan Vityuk - In the Sun

10" x 13 3/4" oil

Rainbow Sense
 Ivan Vityuk - Rainbow Sense

21 3/4" x 25 5/8" oil

Mountain Creek
 Ivan Vityuk - Mountain Creek

27 1/2" x 21" oil

Portrait of a Woman
 Ivan Vityuk - Portrait of a Woman

11 3/4" x 9 3/4"  oil  

Rainy Day
 Ivan Vityuk - Rainy Day

16" x 22" oil

Pearl Day
 Ivan Vityuk - Pearl Day

11" x 8" oil

Violet Evening
 Ivan Vityuk - Violet Evening

31 1/2" x 39 1/2"  oil   

Old House, Goats
 Ivan Vityuk - Old House, Goats

21 5/8" x 29 3/8"  oil 

Hollyhocks
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SOLD 8" x 9 3/4"  oil

Pensive
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SOLD 18 5/8" x 13 3/4" oil

Little Sparrow
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SOLD 9 3/4" x 7 1/8" oil

Light and Shadows
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SOLD 18 5/8" x 15 3/4" oil

On a Walk
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SOLD 9 3/4" x 13 3/4" oil

Homewards
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SOLD 7 3/4" x 12 1/2" oil

Sunset
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SOLD 35" x 47" oil

Evening Dresden
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SOLD 8 5/8" x 12 1/2" oil 

Snow in Bogolubova
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SOLD 10 1/2" x 13 3/4" oil

Grandmother and Geese
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SOLD 17" x 20 3/4" oil

Ringing Frost
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SOLD 7 3/4" x 11 3/4"   oil   

October Has Come
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SOLD 11 5/8" x 11 5/8"  oil

Before a Walk
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SOLD 15 3/4" x 11 3/4"  oil

In Solar Freckles
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SOLD  19 1/4" x 23 1/4"  oil 

Spring
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SOLD 21" x 27 1/2"   oil   

A Crop of Corn
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SOLD 21 1/2" x 28 5/8" oil

Game of the Sun
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SOLD 27 1/2" x 23 5/8"  oil 

Evening in Venice
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SOLD 11 3/4" x 8 1/2"  oil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vityuk was born in a small village in Western Ukraine in 1970. As a child he attended a local art school where his father taught. Often, his father would drag his young son along with him to the studios of fellow artists. He says the “brushes, paints and smell of the studio” were well-known to him as a small child and eventually left no doubt in his mind that he was to become a professional artist.

He was accepted into the Odessa Art College where many academic discussions and classes created an environment in which he began to develop a more serious attitude towards painting and art. Students would take frequent trips to museums in Kiev, Moscow, Leningrad, Tallinn and Tbilisi to study the works of Repin, Serov and Levitan. These experiences confirmed his yearning to learn the realistic traditions in Russian and world art through the detailed study of real life. After a mandatory service in the Russian Army, Vityuk realized a lifelong dream when he was accepted in the prestigious Repin Institute in St. Petersburg. He firmly mastered “graphic expression” (which he feels is the most important attribute for an artist to have) under the tutelage of the master Soviet artist, Yuri Neprinstev.. Union of Artists of Russia since 2008.

Today, Ivan lives and paints in St. Petersburg where the museums and architectural richness of the city inspire him. When not in the city, he devotes trips to the countryside to make studies en plein air of village life and of ancient monasteries. He has a devoted wife and two small children.

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