Perhaps it’s my family roots in Mother Russia tugging, but when I got an email from Gallery KH announcing an upcoming exhibit of the fantastical paintings of Soviet-born, France-based Roman Zaslonov, I was immediately compelled. Can you imagine having such a dramatic painting in your home? I guess I’m not alone in feeling this way: enthusiasts wait for years to acquire pieces of his work—which will be on display for the first time in the U.S. at KH from January 16 to March 7. By the way, the painting above, La Robe d’Architecte en Rouge, is priced at $97,000

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From Russia, With Love

Perhaps it’s my family roots in Mother Russia tugging, but when I got an email from Gallery KH announcing an upcoming exhibit of the fantastical paintings of Soviet-born, France-based Roman Zaslonov, I was immediately compelled. Can you imagine having such a dramatic painting in your home? I guess I’m not alone in feeling this way: enthusiasts wait for years to acquire pieces of his work—which will be on display for the first time in the U.S. at KH from January 16 to March 7. By the way, the painting above, La Robe d’Architecte en Rouge, is priced at $97,000

Perhaps it’s my family roots in Mother Russia tugging, but when I got an email from Gallery KH announcing an upcoming exhibit of the fantastical paintings of Soviet-born, France-based Roman Zaslonov, I was immediately compelled. Can you imagine having such a dramatic painting in your home? I guess I’m not alone in feeling this way: enthusiasts wait for years to acquire pieces of his work—which will be on display for the first time in the U.S. at KH from January 16 to March 7. By the way, the painting above, La Robe d’Architecte en Rouge, is priced at $97,000

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