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Roman Kriheli

Bare, 1989

Oil on Canvas
60 × 46 in
152.4 × 116.8 cm
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Miami, New York
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Roman Kriheli
Russian, b. 1956
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A prominent figure in the SoHo art scene of 1980s New York, Roman Kriheli produces oil-on-canvas and mixed-media works, predominantly large-scale still lifes and portraits. Kriheli draws influence from the Renaissance masters to create his paintings of nude figures, urns, and fruit, all in a muted palette of pale gray, pink, and blue tones. More recently he created a stir with his painting The Most Beautiful Woman in the World (2013), the title of which was revealed months before the image; it depicts an unknown contemporary subject, seated in an unassuming position and gazing calmly out at viewers.

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Roman Kriheli
Russian, b. 1956
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A prominent figure in the SoHo art scene of 1980s New York, Roman Kriheli produces oil-on-canvas and mixed-media works, predominantly large-scale still lifes and portraits. Kriheli draws influence from the Renaissance masters to create his paintings of nude figures, urns, and fruit, all in a muted palette of pale gray, pink, and blue tones. More recently he created a stir with his painting The Most Beautiful Woman in the World (2013), the title of which was revealed months before the image; it depicts an unknown contemporary subject, seated in an unassuming position and gazing calmly out at viewers.

Roman Kriheli

Bare, 1989

Oil on Canvas
60 × 46 in
152.4 × 116.8 cm
Contact For Price
location
Miami, New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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