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Why a deaf-mute painter of the late middle Ages painted only winter landscapes: Hendrik Averkamp
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An artist from Belarus creates mesmerizing hyperrealism landscapes in the best traditions of the classics

There are many talented and amazing artists in the world who amaze the audience with their inexhaustible imagination, a variety of forms, colors, styles, manners, and various techniques. However, the priority has always been, is and will be “old and good” realism. So, continuing to discover new names, we invite our reader to visit the gallery of stunning paintings by the hyperrealist artist from Belarus – Sergei Trukhan, whose picturesque landscapes are so detailed that they can compete with the photo in their reality of the image.Feeling the irresistible attraction and charm of the magic of the nature of the Belarusian land, Sergei Trukhan in his work turned to the centuries – old genres of painting-landscape and animalistic, where he demonstrated brilliant technical skills. Well, as for the visual means, of course, I chose the traditional ones-canvas and oil.

The incredibly realistic beauty of nature, rich palette of colors, variety of motives and skill of the artist-fascinate even the discerning viewer. But in General, his paintings are a harmony that reigns in real nature and is poetically sung in lyrical, traditional and modern landscapes of the master.
Looking at his painting, someone will hear the sound of the wind, the rustle of waving grass and shivering leaves, and someone will smell the smell of a birch grove and the fragrance of flower glades, someone will hear the chirp of grasshoppers in the field and the buzz of a bumblebee over the honeybees… No one will remain indifferent. Literally every viewer will awaken a craving for their roots, as well as a reverent, centuries-old love of nature.
The master of painting paints his paintings at different times of the year and at different times of the day: hot summer, gloomy autumn, pure and snow-white winter, joyful and bright spring. In each of the seasons, Sergey Trukhan finds his own beauty, and does it so masterfully that everyone who is familiar with nature at all, has often been in the forest and in the Outback, will easily feel the beauty of the primeval plant world.
Having come into contact with the work of Sergei, many will certainly awaken an interest in life, and it will turn out that we have not seen everything and so much is still unknown. And this must be seen. Because it is, at least, beautiful. And beauty always attracts and makes a person both better and wiser.

 

The talented artist has been creating beautiful paintings for many years, hyperrealistically displaying the wonderful world of not only the natural landscape, but also its inhabitants against the background of wild nature.
As well as in his landscape painting, the author creates the world of animals in the smallest detail in his paintings, transmitting the texture, character and habits of the inhabitants of the forest..

Sergey Trukhan was born in 1970 in Minsk, the capital of Belarus. He showed his artistic talent at a very early age. As long as the artist can remember, he never let go of pencils and paints. And, despite the fact that at one time he graduated from art school, the painter considers himself self-taught, since he independently developed his own artistic techniques and techniques for his painting. Currently, Sergey creates and lives in Belarus. The artist’s popularity today has acquired a global scale. His works are known and appreciated in many countries of the world, his amazing landscapes are in private collections in Belarus, Russia, the United States, Germany, and China.

And we can only wish the master success and opening new horizons in creativity.

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