Frescos & Trompe L'oiel
(by Russia's Hermitage Museum artists-restorers)
Russian Imperial Art has the rare distinction of commissioning works of art painted by The State Hermitage Museum's artists-restorers. We will arrange for these world renowned artists from the world's most famous museum to travel to your home to create a museum masterpiece for you to treasure for all time a rare privilege once enjoyed by the Tsars of Russia.
Poolside Pavilion, Private Residence, Dallas, Texas.
Landscape design by Paul Fields, President and Director of Design, Lambert's, Dallas.
Poolside pavilion wall niche and side panels prior to painting.
Russian Imperial Art's managing director, Lynette Proler, is a Russian art authority, author, museum curator and international lecturer with business connections to Russia's museums. She commissioned Russia's State Hermitage Museum artists-restorers to create several works of art for a client in their poolside pavilion.
Russian Imperial Art arranged for the Hermitage Museum's leading artist-restorer to fly from Russia to their client's estate in Texas. The client and landscape architect collaborated with the artist choosing to have the niche in the pool pavilion painted in the style of an 18th century Italian landscape with ruins and waterfall cascading into a peaceful pool.
The grand niche and recessed panels' interiors (see photo below) were painted in the manner of Trompe L'oiel. The completed poolside pavilion is now a warm and inviting gem of a building.
The two recessed side panels were painted to resemble ancient Greek marble sculptures, the originals of which are hanging in The Hermitage Museum, Russia.
Our artist was then commission to paint a second niche this one in our client's beautifully outfitted Outdoor Room, which is decorated with 18th and 19th century garden antiques.
The painting now completed is of an Jacquemart stone dog sitting upon a pedestal inside a second arch set off with a realistic grass and stone checkerboard walkway and lush green garden elements all painted in perspective.
Contact Russian Imperial Art for more information about commissioning your own masterpiece.