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ANTANENKA *** SOLITUDE IN THE COUNTRY *** ORIGINAL SIGNED PAINTING

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Category: Art > Antanenka

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Auction Starts: 6/10/2018 11:00:00 AM ET

Auction Ends: 6/18/2018 3:00:00 PM ET

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Description:

Artist: Alexander Antanenka

Title: Solitude In The Country

Medium: Original Acrylic on Canvas

Signature: This one-of-a-kind work is hand-signed by the artist at the bottom of the image

Size: Framed approximately 23 1/2 inches x 19 1/2 inches

Framed: Framed as shown

Details: This work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

Biography: Alexander Antanenka was born in the Soviet Union in the city of Brest on February 16, 1951. Alex was living a happy and content life with his wife and young daughter in the Soviet city of Minsk as a professional artist when the Chernobyl disaster claimed both his parents’ lives, who lived only twenty miles from the accident site. Very soon after this tragedy, he fled to Siberian city of Magadan to start a new life. This city was used as a place of exile by the Soviet government for various artists, poets, and politicians whose works and ideas were not of Soviet exactness. It is here, in the city of Magadan, where Alex’s work changed to reflect his emotional state of anger and sadness. His previous works were of bright, soothing landscapes which changed to dark, and dramatic. While in Magadan the Japanese showed a great interest in his art, but KGB forbid Alex to conduct an exhibition in that country.

Not long after the collapse to the Soviet Union, Alex moved with his family back to the city of Minsk, Belarus. From here he was able to conduct exhibits of his work in many former Soviet cities, including Magadan in 1990, Vladivostok in 1992, Khabarovsk in 1993, Minsk and Brest in 1996, Moscow at the Kremlin in 1997, and Saint Petersburg in 1998.

Alex recently moved to the United States. His paintings are held in many private collections throughout the world including the countries of Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Holland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Poland, Russia and USA.

Antanenka originals have sold for more than $30,000.00

Warranty: Item GUARANTEED to be as described

Auction Estimate: $3,000.00/$3,200.00