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Artists:

Ken Auster
André Balyon

Nanne Balyon
Simon Balyon
Evgeny & Lydia Baranov

Suchitra Bhosle

Brian Blood

Jackie Bowker
John Paul Braman

Juan Cossio

Ventura Diaz
Stuart Dunkel

Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze

Barrett Edwards
Martin Eichinger

Mark English

Ann Fleming

Mark Geller 
Ted Goerschner

Marty Goldstein

Lindsay Goodwin

Georgetta Grabovschi

Dan Graziano
Corinne Hartley

Carolyne Hawley

An He

Gary Holland

Jeff Jamison

Javier

Christian Jequel

Laurie Kersey
Mostafa Keyhani
Milt Kobayashi

Andre Kohn
D.Edward Kucera

Jeff Legg

Joseph Lorusso

Matthew Lovein

Frank Magsino

Oscar Mersch

Tony Milici
Rosemary Miner

Clark Mitchell

Anne Neilson

Alfredo Palmero

Mark Pettit

Pietro Piccoli

Ramon Pujol

Leslie Sandbulte

Duffy Sheridan
Marilyn Simandle
David Smith
Michael James Smith

Gregory Stocks

Dale Terbush

Daniel Van der Putten
Kent R. Wallis
Edward Norton Ward

Charles White

Alice Williams
Leonard Wren

Zhaoming Wu

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

Evgeny & Lydia Baranov

"Arrangement in Glossy and Matte"

"Carmel Mission in Autumn Light"

"Carmel Mission in October Sun"

"Quiet Poetry"

"Translucence"

 

"Little Red Boat"

SOLD

"Fading Beauty"

 

"Voluptouous Peonies"

"Veronica, The Young Coquette"

"Bouquet of Spring"

"Autumn's Plenty"

"Tender & Elegant"

"Fifty-Two Aglow"

"Glorious Return"

"August in Hoorn"

"La Bernadette"

"Friendly Residents, Hoorn Harbor"

"Serene Morning, Hoorn"

"Hot September, Hoorn"

"Harbor View with Cormorant"

"Mauve Mornings Light, Hoorn"

"Dusk Reflections, Hoorn"

"Sunflowers in Blue Jug"

"Della Salute Revisited"

"Sweet and Feminine"

"Showtime Roses"

"Eighth of March"

"Summer Contrasts"

"Sparkling Horizon"

"Three Men in a boat, to say nothing of the Dog"

"Safe Return"

"After the Harvest"

"Venetian Past, (study)"

"Early Autumn in Chianti"

"Droplets of Spring, Tuscany"

"Rainbow Pastoral"

"Siesta at Falciani's"

"Letter from Venice (study)"

"Afternoon Pleasures"

"Mood"

"Gondolas by Palazzo Ducale"

"La Petite Chine"

"Setting Sun, Venice"

"Lavender Roses"

"Early Summer Delight"

"Sunflowers & Melon"

"Sunflowers & Daisies"

"Sun Kissed Arrangement"

"Forty-nine Tea Roses"

"Fifty-One Colorful Roses"

 

"The Catch is in"

 

"Tuscan Bounty"

SOLD

"Hoorn Today, Homage to Breitner"

"Her Red Sails"

"Morning Purity, Honfleur"

"Arrangement in Blues & Yellows"

"Shrimping Boats Honfleur"

"Peonies & Crystal"

"By Al Ponte Antico"

"Rising Tide, Honfleur"

"Morning Serenity"

"Jessie-the-Horse"

"By the Florian"

"Carmel Mission in Moonlight"

"Peonies in Dazzling Light"

"Claret Roses"

"Tuscan Delight"

"Fragonard Roses"

"La Jeannette in the Sun, Honfleur"

"Glowing in Pale Pink"

"Celebration for Two"

"Anniversary in Amarone Tones"

"Victorian Elegance"

"Yellow Roses in Blue Vase"

"Triumph of Summer"

"Purples & Blues"

"Anniversary Lilies"

"Campo Santo Stefano in April"

"Twenty Years Together"

"Elegance in White & Purple"

"Gusto Mediterraneo"

"April Afternoon, Dorsoduro"

"Bright Afternoon"

"Paganini's Violin"

"Ristorante Al Teatro, Rain"

"Corner Café"

"Ristorante Al Teatro on Sunday"

"End of the Day"

"Venetian Harmony"

"Ristorante Al Teatro at Night"

"Happy Morning"

"View of Bacino San Marco"

"Tuscan Gold"

"Spring View from Campo San Vio"

"Athos and De Chevreuse"

"Golden Puddles"

"Under the Blazing Sun"

"Spring is here"

"Sparkling Arrangement"

"Spring Pasture"

"Sunrise Glow, Hoorn"

SOLD

"Pansies in Bloom"

SOLD

"Secret Place"

SOLD

"Harbor Reflections"

SOLD

"Forty-Eight Crimson Roses"

SOLD

"Morning Walk"

SOLD

"August Splendor"

SOLD

"Wilting Peonies by the Window"

SOLD

"Romantic Anniversary"

SOLD

Art represented on this page is subject to prior sale.
Please contact the gallery in order to get the latest information.

 

Evgeny and Lydia V. Baranov

(b. Russia)

 

     Jones & Terwilliger Galleries proudly present the dynamic work of two painters, Evgeny (b. 1961) and Lydia Velichko Baranov (b. 1964).  Both were born into Muscovite families where an interest in the fine arts was not only appreciated but also actively encouraged.  They were students of the old Soviet Union's most prestigious school, Moscow Institute of Architecture.

 

     The institute emphasized an extremely rigorous, multi-disciplinary education, and could only be entered through a series of competitive entrance exams.  In addition to five years of drawing, four years of painting, two years of sculpting, and their architecture courses, Evgeny and Lydia received an excellent grounding in history, philosophy and mathematics.  By the time that they graduated from the six-year program in 1984 and 1987 respectively, Evgeny and Lydia not only had a practical career in architecture but an excellent grounding in the fine arts that was rooted in the old curriculum of the Imperial Academy.

 

     Evgeny Baranov and Lydia Velichko after graduation both worked on the restoration of historic buildings in Moscow.  As they came to know each other, they learned that they shared a deep love of the Russian painting and that both had a desire to pursue a career in the fine arts.  As part of an exchange program for young architects, Lydia won the opportunity to travel to Anchorage, Alaska, where she worked on a project to survey the historic Russian Orthodox churches in Alaska and the Aleutian Islands.

 

     At this time the "Velvet Revolution" was occurring and communism was beginning to collapse.  Evgeny Baranov and Lydia Velichko were present enough to see that things would be better for them abroad, so the couple married and moved to Anchorage. Lydia V. Baranov did translation work while the two worked to forge a following for their paintings.  She and Evgeny began to teach art.  They developed a detailed curriculum but were disappointed to find that few students had the necessary desire to master elementary drawing principles before moving on to painting.  Gradually, the young painters began to sell their landscape work and develop a following for formal portraits and genre paintings.

           

     In the beautiful Alaskan wilderness, the Baranov's began to spend a great deal of time painting out-of-doors or "en plein air" as the French describe it.  They began to experiment by painting side-by-side on the same canvas in order to capture the rapidly changing conditions of light and atmosphere.  Excited by the paintings that came out of their collaboration, the Baranovs began to work on portraits and genre scenes together too.  Eventually, after eight years in Anchorage, the couple saw more opportunities in a more populated area and they moved to California, settling in Carmel.

           

     The Baranov’s travel each year to various locations that inspire them, to paint on location.  The historical city of Venice with its beautiful architecture intrigued them, which lead to several trips to paint the city and Carnival in Venice, Italy.   They have painted on location in Alaska, Russia, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Scotland and of course, the Monterey Peninsula. 

 

     From sweeping views, to intimate small corners of nature, the Baranov’s offer similar respect and attention.  They seek out the beauty of the commonplace as well as the extraordinary.  Their floral paintings are rich in color and atmosphere, always painted from life.  In their genre scenes, Evgeny and Lydia strive for penetrating depth.  They want these works to deal with relationships and with the nature of being human.  Some of these paintings can be melancholy or bittersweet because of the complex and contradictory nature of life.

 

     Ultimately, the art of Evgeny and Lydia V. Baranov is unique in that this pair of talented painters have lived together, worked together, and traveled together for so long that the consciousness of not one but two artists is infused in each of their works.  The artistic sensibility, creative spirit, and indomitable work ethic of two similar but unique personalities contribute to not only the collaborative paintings that they create side-by-side; but, even to the works that they do on their own. 

 

     The Baranov’s have won many awards and have been featured in many magazines and newspapers throughout the world.  Their paintings are prized by collectors world-wide.  Jones & Terwilliger Galleries proudly represents one of the largest collections of these beloved local Artists.

 


Carmel Galleries:

P.O. Box 3665

Carmel, CA 93921
Galleries located on 6th Avenue between San Carlos & Dolores
Phone: 831-626-9100
Phone: 831-626-7300

Phone: 831-626-0735

Toll Free: 888-278-0040
Fax: 831-626-6840


Palm Desert Gallery:
73-375 El Paseo, Suite A
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Phone: 760-674-8989

Website:http://www.Jones-Terwilliger-Galleries.com