History knows the greatest masters of light, such as the timeless masterpieces of Michelangelo, incredible portraits of Leonardo da Vinci, hypnotic play of colors and shades on Vermeer’s canvas. Within each generation, this technique evolves, transforms, gets reborn and finds new successors. Today the tradition has been passed down to one of the modern masters of light, Russian painter Evgeny Lushpin. His incredibly realistic, mystic photo-like paintings bring the viewer into unparalleled parts of the world. They make the viewer look deeper and admire the implicit beauty of surroundings that cannot be reached from the first sight.
Born in 1966 not far from Moscow, Lushpin was apprenticed in Russia’s finest schools. The embodiment of his masterpieces is an endless travel across channels of old cozy towns and long avenues of world famous cities. Streets with noble century-old mansions and rows of houses nestled next to each other, with glowing windows in the night. A family is gathered for dinner in a quaint restaurant above the river. A couple of young lovers hide from the cold of a November evening in a warm cafe. People hustle to find shelter from the rain, and cottages in an old town provide the warm and comfort of home for families.
Lushpin catches the most precious moments and shows us more than meets the eye. The charming play of light and dark, rich palettes of color, hundreds of subtle details – all this create the melodic symphony of power and light. His style is widely recognized and today Lushpin’s work attracts collectors from all over the world. Owners know that an investment of his magnificent work will only increase as years go by.