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IZA RADINSKY

ARTIST:  OIL PAINTING, ACRYLIC, WHATERCOLOUR and GRAPHIC ARTS. 



"Jerusalem"
2004 - oil
/canvas
50x70 cm
(20"x27")

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 History of urban landscape painting
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Middle Ages witnessed the use of urban landscape paintings as a backdrop for portrait and Biblical themes. 16 th -18 th century was full of numerous copperplate etchings and prints. In the mid 17 th century, urban landscape paintings emerged as an individual genre in Netherlands. Cities like Amsterdam, Harlem and Hague came to be regarded as popular themes in painting. The art of urban landscape painting prospered considerably in Venice in the 18 th century.

 
"Quiet Street in Paris"
1992 - oil/canvas
   50x70 cm
(20"x27") 



"My Paris"
1988 - oil/cardboard
30x50 cm
(12"x20" 

 
 
"Minoru Chapel"
2005 - oil/canvas
50x50 cm
(20"x20")

 

 
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"Montmartre"
1992 - oil
/canvas
50x70 cm
(20"x27")


"Venice"
2008 - oil/canvas
66x76 cm
(26"x30") 



"Riga - Three Brothers"
1973 - oil/cardboard
20x30 cm
(8"x12") 

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 The end of 19 th century witnessed a rapid rate of industrialization. Keeping in tune with the spirit of the age the impressionists made suburban, industrial areas, building sites and railway areas as their theme of painting. The production of urban landscape paintings sloped down considerably as abstract and conceptual art became the focus of painting. However, things changed drastically during the closing years of the 20 th century. Urban landscape painting was revalued once again with the rejuvenation of figurative art traditions.

 

 

 

 


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