Denis Forkas Kostromitin currently resides in Moscow, Russia. His work is exquisite and could sit quite comfortably next to the work of William Blake with a clear love for the romantic age whilst gently weaving in elements of the macabre, death, religion and folklore. It is a beautifully dark world that one can lose themselves in.

You can find more of his work here

Divine Comedy
Miniature decorative motif (illustration for Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri/Purgatory, Canto 32), 2017 Acrylics on card, 11.4 x 11.4 cm
Aitna III
Aitna III / Three Immortal Archons*, 2017
Ink and acrylics on paper, 29.5 x 18.4 cm
The Emperor's Bath
The Emperor’s Bath. Study #5 from the Visio Tnugdali series, 2016
Acrylics on paper, 27,8 x 21,4 cm
Death and the maiden
Death and the Maiden, 2016
Acrylics on prepared paper, 34.8 x 28 cm
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse (Apollo Inspires the Pythia)*, 2015
Acrylics and gilding on paper, 41.4 x 39.5 cm

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