Man, Myth and the Macabre: The Art of Denis Forkas Kostromitin

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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