Irina Andruchenko

Textured Abstract Floral Purple Tonal Painting, 1996



Oil on Canvas


Unique floral impressionist painting of flowers with a texture to the paint. The painting has gold in the paint making the colors sparkle in the light. The work is signed and dated by the artist. The work is framed in a silver frame.

Artist Biography

Irina Andruchenko is a Russian painter who began painting during the 1970s in the Russian underground art scene. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, her work has been displayed all across Europe. She occasionally has an exhibition in the United States including New York's Atmosphere Gallery in 1995 and 1997. During the exhibition in New York, all of the painting had sold and many found prominent places in esteemed private collections. Andrushenko's respective techniques are as distinct from each other as they are distinctive. Andrushenko has developed a technique within her oil paintings she calls 'structuralism'. Her figures are presented in strong relief through a play of texture and highlights within the layers of the paint. The result is an image that appears to be 'sculpted' out of paint and transports the observer to a different visual dimension.


H 36.75 in. x W 28.75 in. x D 1.5 in.

Dimensions without Frame

H 32 in x W 23.5 in x D 1 in.
Textured Abstract Floral Purple Tonal Painting, 1996
Textured Abstract Floral Purple Tonal Painting, 1996