We’ll Live Till Monday: The Superb Contermporary Oil Paintings By Andrey Shatilov – Design You Trust

We’ll Live Till Monday: The Superb Contermporary Oil Paintings By Andrey Shatilov

Russian artist Andrey Shatilov chose an uneasy way in art – oil painting. In the digital epoch such adherence to classic values is rare. Each work of Andrey has a deep meaning which is not always on the surface. You often need to take time to understand the message of the author but you will hardly regret it.

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