The Story of the Painting.
The painting "Red Road" was completed by the artist in 2014. Another significant event of 2014 was the sale of American artist Georgia O'Keeffe's painting "Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1" (1932) for $44.1 million at Sotheby's in New York, making it the highest price ever paid for a work of art by a female artist, and more than double or almost triple the previous record of $11.9 million paid six months earlier for Joan Mitchell's "Untitled" (1960). From February 1 to April 28, "Anglo-American Portrait Painting in the Age of Revolution" was held at the Louvre in Paris, France.
Impression of the painting.
The painting "Red Road" is a contemporary artwork that evokes the feeling of a fresh and cool morning of the approaching spring, and of course, hope for better times. Anatoli Gostev, the artist, described his interpretation of the approaching spring on his website Gostev's Fine Art as follows:
Spring is always a time for new beginnings and cleansing of the old and unnecessary. A man with a cart is taking away the remnants of the past, while a woman looks with hope at the red road and the landscape that is coming to life on a still-cool morning. Winter is leaving, giving way to colors and new hopes.- Anatoli Gostev
Participation in exhibitions:
The painting "Red Road" participated in the ART Climate Change exhibition | 13.09 - 8.10.2021 Novum Investments in Switzerland, Basel.
The only original of the painting "Red Road" by Anatoli Gostev is in private ownership. The artist's copyright applies to the painting in terms of the eternal right of authorship of a unique work of art.
Sale of the Painting:
The landscape "Red Road" is signed by the artist on the front and back. In the future, it can only be purchased through the Art agency FABER VISUM, which guarantees the deposit of funds until the painting is transferred to the future investor and owner.
Value of the Painting:
Investing in a piece of art that you like is always a win-win. The increase in the price of the painting is guaranteed by the owner, with a 10% increase in price per year.