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Ancient Art brought to Life by Artist Sergey Dronov

Sergey Dronov in a Gallery

Anything that happened between people thousands of years ago, is almost the same thing as to say something about the events of yesterday.

The language of metaphor, helps me to better express the idea of paintings.

It must be said that S. Dronov excelled in the works in this direction. His art is intuitive and charming, pointed personally. The artist involves rethinking,transforming images,and the aesthetic principles of antiquity.

Original Painting by Sergey Dronov

The Ancient Artwork balances all off of each other. Showing different times of the past. They all connect together throughout history. There is no doubt that the lost in the vastness of time, the artist Sergey Dronov shows with genuine interest for humanity in many ways, as the Greco-Roman era.

In this, lies the essence of the artistic methods S. Dronov and the context of the transformation of the symbolic direction of primary sources. An example of such a transformation – a well-known story of pious widows – Judith’s beauty. Famous for sophisticated deceit in the name of the noble principles and the severed head of the Assyrian general Holofernes, became one of the symbols of the defeated textbook Evil. Unfathomable, mystery Judith transmitted from century to century poets, painters and sculptors shocking to this day, each in its own way deals with the eternal relevance of the Old Testament story.

Perhaps the viewer is not meant to get down to the meanings of secret in the compositions of S. Dronov. It would seem enough to indulge in the enchanting mysteries of antiquity, the myth of “heroism” Judith. The perception of these strong details, effects and contrast the artist.

The Voices, objects, and symbols in the paintings and graphic works of artist Sergey Dronov, can be heard distinctively. Reflections on the ancient Roman art objects with a brush in his hand, gives rise to new images, in the current wave of the Renaissance.

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