Igor Dubovoy (Игорь Дубовой) ‘Rejected by The Sea’
This gorgeous watercolour painting by Igor Dubovoy is based on the ship washed up on Navagio Beach in Greece. This iconic shipwreck is almost always seen from above on the bleached white sand of Zakynthos.
The reflection of the aquamarine waters on the chalk-white cliffs is reproduced perfectly and are well balanced with the rust-red of the ship and pale yellow sand.
A rich and rewarding painting that will add real interest to your room. It is still and yet the colours evoke a vibrancy the delightfully overpowers this quiet scene.
This is an original painting by Igor and there are no prints available. There are other paintings by this artist available on our site also.
Size: 30cm wide x 42cm high
Watercolour on paper
Igor Dubovoy Artist
Igor was born in Moscow, Russia in 1972 – a city he still lives and works in today.
He is a self-taught artist and loves to travel. He uses his trips as inspiration for his stunning watercolours.
Russian Art Week. Moscow 2015 – 2nd place in classical ‘genre painting. International competition.
Watercolor Fair. Moscow 2015». IWS RUSSIA Annual Exhibition.
My Italy. Moscow 2016 ITALIA ART International Exhibition Prize-winner.
A Gold Turtle. Moscow 2016 Fine Arts Finalist.
I’ve been fond of drawing since childhood. I have no special education in Art, but it does not prevent me from loving watercolour sincerely. As one great artist said: “Oil painting is like driving a Rolls-Royce, whereas watercolour painting is similar to driving a Ferrari”. Watercolour is beautiful in its uniqueness and ease, despite the complexity of technical touches. I draw for my own pleasure. I like travelling and most subjects of my works are usually taken from the trips. A great number of my paintings have been scattered around the world and settled in private collections in England, America, and Austria.