In anticipation of Fenimore Art Museum’s Community Exhibition: 2017 Art by the Lake Winner – Tatiana Rhinevault, on exhibit August 3-26, 2018, note cards of select works have been created.
Available note cards include:
- Spring is Coming (watercolor, 8″ x 10″)
- Still Life with Tulips (oil on canvas, 11″ x 14″)
- Still Life with Purple Lilacs (oil on canvas, 11″ x 14″)
Made in the USA. $4.00 each, sold separately.
Tatiana Rhinevault works in several mediums including water color, acrylic and oil. She utilizes rich dark colors in combination with diffused window light to create a calming but magnetic space. She creates windows through which one can see the old streets and monuments of Europe.
Tatiana was born in Moscow and spent much of her childhood playing in Sokolniki Park, watching artists paint day-in and day-out. Because of her exposure to Moscow’s many museums, theaters, and art studios, the arts played a huge role in her childhood and, ultimately, in her paintings.
After earning her Masters Degree in Art, she found work restoring icons in Moscow’s old churches and, often, painted new ones. She visited and painted in many countries throughout Europe, including Hungary, Yugoslavia, Spain, Holland, France, and Italy.
In 1990 she met her husband while working on a project for the US Embassy in Moscow. She moved with him to the United States. They live in Hyde Park, New York with their son.