With but the merest hints of occasional hue and saturation, sporadic flashes of verve and vigour and otherwise enigmatically washed with utter artistic brilliance from every perspective, this brand new Spring 2015 compositional iteration by the hugely talented and evergreen Anna Razumovskaya is a thing of great joy in our eyes. But not just ours, as – predictably – we’ve already experienced a wealth of interest from fans and followers of the acclaimed contemporary figurative artist extraordinaire on the release of her very latest visual adaptation.
Entitled ‘Marvellous Tale’ this gregariously imagined and stupendously engineered hand embellished canvas study has Razumovskaya’s much sought after name written all over it. We tell a lie. It’s just the typical signature found on a discreet corner of the surface area, but you know exactly what we mean. Limited to a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it 195 editions only from the outset, we would be doing both you and ourselves a mis-service if we didn’t implore interested parties to act now to avoid disappointment later. Trust us.