Battle of Khotyn, 1621 Painting by Andrey Serebryakov

Characteristics of the Painting “Battle of Khotyn, 1621”

Year of creation2021
Dimensions130 W × 80 H × 1 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialsoil, canvas
battle by witchcraftbattleofkhotynhetmanpeterkonashevichsagaydachnycombat artistcossackeraminehorseshorsehistoryeuropehistorybattle

Description of the Artwork “Battle of Khotyn, 1621”

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To the 400th anniversary of the Battle of Khotyn. Kiev battle artist Andrei Serebryakov, inspired by one of the most heroic periods in the history of Ukraine - the Cossacks, created a series of works "Heroic Chronicle of Ukraine." The new canvas "Hetman Peter Konashevich-Sagaydachny in the Battle of Khotyn, 1621" depicts one of the episodes of the victorious battle, which in the XVII century determined the fate of all of Europe. Painting:

Battle of Khotyn, 1621

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About the artist

Member of the National union of artists of Ukraine. Professional artist, successor of the classical painting direction. Author of works of historical and battle genres. Was born on June 4, 1966 in the city of Kirovsk in the Luhansk region, Ukraine. In 1982 he entered the Art College of VSU, the course of M. Pishchansky. From 1988 to 1995 he studied at the Kyiv Art Institute at the Faculty of Painting, the workshop of the People's Artist of the Ukrainian SSR, Professor V. Shatalin. In 1995 he graduated from the Kyiv Academy of Arts. From 1996 to 2000, worked in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Austria at the invitation of art galleries and private clients. Lives and works in Kyiv. For many years has been cooperating with the National Military History Museum of Ukraine, Hetman Museum in Kyiv other museums, art galleries and book publishers. A significant part of the creative work are works on the theme of the Cossack era. Most of the paintings are in private collections in Ukraine, Austria, Spain, Moldova, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, the United States and China, as well as in Ukrainian museums and galleries in Kyiv.

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