15 Awesome Russian Winter by Yulius Clever

Awesome Russian Winter by Yulius Clever

Posted on November 10, 2014 by tim

Check out this Russian artist of the late 19th century, Yulius Clever. Pretty cool – he was very interested in Russian forests in winter and it seems that he could capture the magic. Just click an image for the large cool pictures, I liked them a lot.


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15 Responses to “Awesome Russian Winter by Yulius Clever”

  1. Picaso says:

    I want to buy those paintings..they are more than beautiful…just amazing.

  2. IcePeople says:

    Amazing. I stand in awe, Sir.

  3. Mister Twister says:

    This man thought on the same wavelength as me. Loving every single one of those.

  4. Lumpy Gravy says:

    Beautiful paintings of wintry Russian landscapes! Watch them while you’re listening to “Troika” from Prokofiev’s Lieutenant Kije Suite …


  5. Vijay says:

    Works of a real master. Very pleasureful to watch indeed.

  6. Erik says:

    Wonderful …… I could hear the ice cracking in the distance and in that moment , cold .

    Thank you English Russia

  7. CZenda says:

    Erm… thousands of similar “masterpieces” plague every auction server and hardly ever sell even when starting from 1 (USD, €, whatever currency).

  8. axxel x says:

    Sergej “Jude” Prokofiev………..

  9. Lucy Parker says:

    Absolutely incredible!! No wonder my father loved the forests. Wish he was here to see these.

  10. Alper says:

    Very relaxing watching these.

  11. Alain says:

    At least something different than the Russian army. Thanks. I’d prefer more of that than the two others posts of the day…

  12. qwe says:

    Pieve of Art
    in One word… AMAZING !

  13. john says:


  14. Perk says:

    These painting picture are really AWESOME!!!
    Are there any similar on this blog? Or if i can get some similar sites/blog where i can find more of these.

  15. Yuri says:

    Such talent this artist had. Some of the pictures look like they could have been photographs.

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