Atlanta, GA – May 4, 2018 – Russian painter and hyperrealist Evgeny Lushpin once again brings us a magnificent work of art. “Somewhere In An Ancient Town” shows us the beauty of an ancient town located in Prague. Prague is commonly known as the “City of a Hundred Spires” and is one of the most historic places on earth.
Lushpin’s latest masterpiece takes us high above a rooftop and shows us this picturesque view of the ancient town. You can tell how old this town his by its baroque buildings, as well as the gothic church named “Church of Our Lady before Týn” far off in the distance. In this masterpiece, Lushpin does a charming play of lights and dark, rich palette of colours, hundreds of subtle details – all this create the melodic symphony of power and light.
“Somewhere In An Ancient Town” is made in hyperrealism style – a style that Evgeny Lushpin is a master of. Hyperrealism is an art style that resembles a high-quality photograph as they look very realistic to the eye. It takes a high-level of skill to create these types of paintings, and Lushpin definitely nailed it with his latest work.
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