Put on your finest for Olga Suvorova’s Venice. The artist’s lavish works center upon the commedia dell’arte, its characters and themes depicted in a signature style influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, Gustav Klimt, and traditional Russian icons. Her ornate costumes—their silks and velvets, jewels and embroideries—are often the stars of any scene, which she rounds out with musical instruments, flowers, and animals. The result is a lush tapestry, delicate in feeling but full of undeniably boisterous color.
Suvorova, who comes from a family of artists, studied monumental composition at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts. She is known for her portraiture, both at home in Russia and around the world.
WARNING: Choking hazard—small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.