Rozenvain ArtRozenvain Fine Art was founded in 1992 by the artist Michael Rozenvain.
For 23 years of functioning Rozenvain Fine Art has accumulated experience of creating new styles in modern art of current interest.
Working with artists consists of several stages.
First comes the search and selection of talented professionals with high motivation.
Further comes development of the style that most fully reveals artist's potential and at the same time that corresponds to the current demand of art market.
The final stage is defining the galleries that the new style will be a success in.
The process of Rozenvain Fine Art artists' promotion is going with the help of Michael Rozenvain's long-term collaboration with galleries and art-dillers of the USA, Canada and Israel. For most of the artists Rozenvain Fine Art is a publisher and the one who helps in their further creative development and commercial success.
RozenvainMichael Rozenvain was born in Kiev, in the Ukraine in 1963. He currently lives in Toronto.
After having studied at the art school of Kiev, he pursued his artistic studies at the Academy of Applied Arts in Lvov. In 1990, Rozenvain immigrated to Israel.
Since then, Rozenvain has participated in many collective and solo exhibitions. Rozenvain is also very active in the creation of fresco paintings as well as monumental works of art for prestigious hotels as well as large libraries. Since 2006, Rozenvain resides in Canada and his studio is located in Toronto.
BrutskyNathan Brutsky - Israeli artist, living and creating in Tel-Aviv.
Nathan’s father recognised Nathan’s artistic talent at the early age of ten. Even though Nathan preferred soccer he quickly learned to appreciate drawing and painting. In no time at all his disciplined work ethic led to the production of very complex and well studied works of art.
His artistic journey continued at the Kiev Institute of Arts and Design where he studied illustration, graphic design and architectural drawing.. He then apprenticed under renowned Russian artists Yuri Malishevsky and Valery Psaryov.