Russian painter Roman Lyapin
Russian painter Roman Lyapin is a multiple winner of regular competitions of Tuscany and Lazio. In 1996 he was a Grand Prix winner in the contest Nature Landscape in Altipiane d’Arcinazzo. He is primarily a landscape painter. Roman began his career in Leningrad. From the beginning of the 1990s the artist lived and taught in Italy for more than ten years.
It was in Rome, the cradle of the arts, where he became a unique original master of the Leningrad and Roman (Accademia di Belle Art di Roma) schools.
His works are full of the spirit of deep inner unity – expressive, light and energetic paintings.
The main protagonist on the panoramic, monumental works is nature in the synthesis of the architecture of the majestic metropolis.
The image of the ancient city in the landscapes of the painter was born under the influence of stylistic, innovative trends of the Western art industry.
The ability to combine modern life of the city and its historical past, to reveal an abstract component, pass every minute state of the environment, its romantic beginning is an important, fascinating aspect of all canvases.
The paintings of the artist are in private collections in Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Taiwan, Japan, America, Canada and other countries.