ANATOLE KRASNYANSKY Original Painting, Signed, COA, Framed, Tru-Vue


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Original Acrylic on Paper Painting

Artist: Anatole Krasnyansky
Medium: Acrylic on Paper
Edition: Original One of a Kind Painting, Unique work
Signed: Signed and Dated Lower Left
Year: 1995
Accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity
Condition: Excellent
New Museum Quality Framing

Framed size : 35 1/4" X 29 1/3"
Artwork: 24" X 18"

FRAMING ($1200 Value)
Newly Framed with:
- Premium wood moulding
- Acid Free Mat Board
- Cotton Rag Backing
- TRU-VUE Optium MUSEUM Acrylic
- TYVEK dust cover

- Acid free - ph 7 (Neutral)
- Water resistant - Breathable
- Tear resistant
- Durable
- Mold and mildew resistant
- Lightweight, flexible and strong
- Recyclable

TRU-VUE Optimum MUSEUM Acrylic
Trusted by the world’s most renowned museums, this state-of-the-art glazing boasts a virtually invisible anti-reflective coating allowing viewers to see the finest details in crystal clear color neutrality, while its UV-filtering, abrasion resistant acrylic, and anti-static coating offer uncompromising protection and preservation.

- Virtually eliminates reflections
- Blocks up to 99% of UV rays
- Optimal light transmission protects and brightens colors
- Anti-static protection that immediately dissipates static
- Durable hard coat protects against scratches
- Shatter resistance safeguards against injury and damage to artwork
- Cleans like glass – no special cleaners needed
- Proprietary coating is engineered for permanence

Artwork will be shipped fully insured with UPS


Anatole Krasnyansky, now residing in California, was already a prominent architect and watercolorist when he left the U.S.S.R. for the United States in 1975, where he found fertile ground for his aesthetic growth. His traditional cityscapes, much admired in Europe, have grown richer, freer and more expressive. In recent years, he has evolved a second, wholly new style with which to render the experience and ideas of his new life in the United States.

With a Master’s Degree in Architecture and Fine Art, he is well-versed in every aspect of the structure and design of the buildings he depicts. Since his arrival in the U.S., the artist has found important uses for his knowledge of architecture, design and his creative imagination. He has realized his tremendous potential and achieved virtuosity in several different artist arenas. Working as a scenic artist in television, motion pictures, and the theater, he has designed sets calling for his specialized background. Always a lover of the baroque, he incorporated the strength and fluid grace of that style into his figural compositions, capturing the sense of motion with which a building makes a line flow from one area to another.

Krasnyansky’s awareness of the interdependence of architecture, sculpture, painting and applied art, along with his knowledge of these diverse disciplines, have shaped his career and found expression in his artwork. Through experimentation, he has developed his own artistic method, one that has freed him from the constraints of traditional watercolor techniques. Krasnyansky’s innovative inclusion of paper texture into the creative process is a dynamic component of his art, resulting in an expansion of the medium’s potential. He is one of the first artists to elevate the watercolor medium to the expressive possibilities usually associated with oil painting. Bordering on the surreal, Krasnyansky’s figures never depart from the recognizable. Altogether new in form, they contain echoes of the artist’s Eastern heritage. Humane and lyrical, they combine the tangible with a timeless and universal spirituality.

Major Exhibitions

Dalzell Hatfield Galleries “International Watercolor Masters” featuring Camille Pissaro, Leonel Feininger, Marc Chagall, Diego Rivera, Reuben Rubin, Anatole Krasnyansky, Alfredo Ramos Martinez, and Francois Gilot
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Los Gatos Museum, Los Gatos, California
UCLA, Los Angeles, California
Park West Gallery®, Southfield, MI
Solo exhibitions in New York, Boston, New Orleans, Atlantic City, San Francisco, Beverly Hills, San Diego and Tokyo
Television and Motion Pictures

1975 – 76 | Scenic Artist at ABC and CBS Television Studios | Credits include:

General Hospital
Variety Specials for Frank Sinatra
John Denver
Bette Davis
George Burns
Olivia Newton-John
Academy Awards Shows, 1976 – 1977
1977 – 1981 | Set designer at Universal Studios | Credits include:

Coal Miner’s Daughter
Beatles Forever
The Blues Brothers
The Bastard
Prisoner of Zenda
The Archer
Battlestar Galactica
Airport ’79
Gilligan’s Island
1981 | Stage Art Director at Odyssey Theatre, West Los Angeles | Credits include productions of:

Work by L. Dimont
Work by K. Maurer
Work by Ron Sossi

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