Alexander Kanevsky’s “Subterranean” (1997, oil on wood, 4 x 8 feet – 122 x 244 cm). By Alexander KanevskyAuthor / January 6, 2014 /In Alexander Kanevsky /Last Update January 6, 2014 /No Comments Watch Alexander conceptualize and paint his latest work, “Queen Esther” in about 3 minutes. Sped up 20X so you can see the whole process. #Timelapse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zxyfbd7tf9c Alexander Kanevsky’s Spoleto Chiostro di San Nicolò September 2013 paintings exhibition. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRo4hBzYI1Q Share my work! Tweet Tags:Alexander Kanevsky Alexander Kanevsky’s “Subterranean” (1997, oil on wood, 4 x 8 feet – 122 x 244 cm). As we all fear to imagine what becomes of us lodged in our sepulcher, perhaps soul goes to haven and body to warms feast, Alexander’s imagination takes us into different realm About the author Related PostsALEXANDER KANEVSKY INTERVIEW, HINDUSTAN TIMES AND DELHI DAILY NEWSAlexander Kanevsky’ “Virgin Mary” (2013, oil on canvas, 46 x 31 cm) Villa Sacro Cuore, Italy (Collection of Cardinal Tettamanzi)KANEVSKY IN “IL LABIRINTO DELL’IPNOTISTA” Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.