Painting is significant for Alexander’s apocalyptic vision of fatality of current civilization, exemplified by the depicted phantasmagorical para-anthropomorphic female prodigy flying through the sky of London, who with one of her hands is ripping off the tower of Big Ben, shedding off and leaving behind and underneath representative of modern […]
Alexander Kanevsky “Battle of China and Japan of 1605” (2007, Oil on wood, 8 x 16 feet) that Alexander painted for governments of both countries.
Alexander Kanevsky with Cardinal Tettamanzi in Villa Sacro Cuore upon acquisition of Alexander’s “Blue Calf” (2008, oil on canvas, 36 x 28 cm) 3 months prior to the arrival there of Alexander ‘s “Virgin Mary”, which will be on exhibit for the special event celebrating Villa Sacro Cuore on September 21.
Alexander Kanevsky’s New York City Montserrat Contemporary Art Gallery September 2013 exhibition. Alexander discusses with a group of young Americans his painting “Ezekiel”