Olga Suvorova (Russian, b.1966), 'Two Girls in The Garden', 1999. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, also signed to verso of canvas.
Provenance: Alberti Gallery, London, 2002, where acquired by the previous owner.
“Two Girls in the Garden” depicts a beautiful scene of two ethereal young girls and their cat, set against the rich, colourful backdrop of an abundant summer garden in full bloom.
Olga Suvorova was born in St. Petersburg (then Leningrad) in 1966.
Coming from a family of artists, Olga graduated from the Saint-Petersburg Academy of Arts In 1998.
She has since has developed her own distinctive, yet historically familiar style of painting – its characters and themes influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, Gustav Klimt, and traditional Russian icons.
Her paintings feature rich fabrics, ornate silks and velvets, jewels and embroideries, flora and fauna.
She regularly participates in exhibitions both at home in Russia, and also worldwide. Her works are found in private collections in England, America, Germany, China, Russia and many other countries.
Dimensions: Canvas H.102cm W.110cm, Frame H.108cm, W 115cm, D. 5cm