In the Transcarpathian Museum of Folk Architecture and Life is an exhibition of artists Vladimir Klimkovich and Vasily Pariaworking in the genre of vedy - documented accurate transmission of the urban landscape. Veduta was born in the XVI century in Flanders and widely spread during the XVII-XVIII centuries in the Netherlands and Italy.
The exposition consists of 30 works with landscapes of Uzhgorod and settlements of Transcarpathia, the Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands and England. The works of artists are full of traced details of architecture and landscape elements. The rich gamut of warm colors, light and sunlit sky, the atmosphere of patriarchal peace and tranquility in the paintings are combined with a successful compositional and perspective construction. Quite often, artists use staffing, harmoniously fitting into the landscape individual figures and genre scenes.
Vladimir Klimkovich has been painting for over 30 years. “I turn on the music and draw for hours: the day gives way to night, like the flapping of the black wing of a bird, - and I write everything. And only then I find out what is happening outside the workshop - in the country and the world, ”he says.
Oil paintings by Vasily Pariah, a student of Klimkovich, are distinguished by a more saturated color range. Pari began to draw only in 2013, but has already achieved notable success.