Oil on canvas
Red, pink, blue, and brown abstract surrealist painting by Soviet-American artist Vladimir Ryklin. The painting depicts what appears to be a rehabilitating village after a chaotic time. The blooming dark pink roses perhaps symbolize regrowth or a new day–a group of people is seen pulling it back from its fall. Signed by the artist at the bottom right. Unframed but framing options are available.
Vladimir Mikhailovich Ryklin is a Soviet and American graphic artist, and poster artist, one of the brightest representatives of Russian fantastic realism. Member of the Artists' Union of the USSR.
H 36 in x W 44 in x D 1.38 in