Russian Artist Sergei Chepik Lands in London

This solo exhibition of recent works by the Russian master, Sergei Chepik, celebrating 20 years of his creative work in the West, takes place at The Catto Gallery, London, from 29th June until 17th July. Thirty one works have been selected for this exhibition and are largely inspired by his home for the past 20 years - Paris. The works are carried out in oil, watercolour, pastel and mixed media, with prices for lithographs starting at £950. L'Ange de Notre Dame, with a view overlooking Paris, provides a glance back to his first painting created in the French capital, The White Angel (1988), which also paid homage to the cathedral Notre Dame.
Chepik is internationally renowned for his monumental biblical works; and The Last Supper, measuring 90 x 255cms, will be one of these haunting yet compassionate works on view. Other themes explored in this exhibition include, the spectacle and drama of the Bull Fight, together with scenes of Venice and its annual Carnival.
Mrs Gillian Catto, owner and curator of The Catto Gallery, said, `The work of Sergei Chepik amazes on many levels not least for constantly evolving work and his ability to renew himself; offering a wealth of powerful pieces to amaze the collector. We are delighted to be able offer collectors another opportunity to see Sergei's work.'

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