Армен ГаспарянЯпонияСаша ХудяковаВлад КостенкоСтанислав НикиреевДмитрий ЯковинГравюрыАфджатикаАфджатикаАфджатикаЯпония
t is difficult to characterize exactly a genre which Elena Novikova employs in her work. It is something between fantasy, surrealism and grotesque. Her etchings are reminiscents of illustrations of medieval treatises, and her oil paintings evoke associations with the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch or Salvador Dali. Elena takes her characters from myths and fairy tales, from ancient alchemical works and science articles. So you can find women- toads, and a revived root of mandrake, Hydra and King Deer, Thumbelina and Adam and Eve among her characters. A careful attention to details also make her works special.  Elena imagines her own fantastic worlds so well that she can use not only black and white etching for translating it into reality, but also an oil, and recently she even turned to literature: her favorite characters began to live in a fairy tale written by her.
 Elena Novikova lives and works in St. Petersburg. The artist graduated from the faculty of architecture of the Repin Institute, in 1990 joined the Union of Artists
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Бородатая невеста
Искусство составления букетов
Король Олень
Под водой
Собирательница мандрагоры
Танцующие животные
Цапля и мертвая голова
Цветы забвения
Веселые куклы
Женщина и гидра
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