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  • Blue Murrell

    Taras Loboda. Blue: "Little Red Riding Hood" for the Gothic crowd... love it.

  • Becky Hansen DeWitt

    beautiful drawing.....

  • Farzan Rajabi

    Artistic photography.

  • `✿. Angela •*¨*•.¸¸♥

    Taras Loboda, born 1961 in Ivano-Frankovsk, Ukraine, to the family of prominent Ukrainian artist I.I. Loboda. In 1985, he graduated from Kiev Art Academy. & has been living in Prague since 1993. Working in his Prague-based studio, Taras exhibits & sells his art throughout the world. His realistic painting skills bring us back to the Renaissance through his portraits of women & still-life paintings. At the same time, his works have very fresh modern look & feeling.

  • Niranjan Singh

    Lady in Red | Taras Loboda 1961 | Ukrainian Portrait painter

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