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Liudmila Kondakova

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Read Liudmila Kondakova's artist bio here

New Releases

le pont neuf
Le Pont Neuf
santa maria della salute
Santa Maria
Della Salute


Twelve Mini Lithographs

bastille day
Bastille Day
buckingham fountain
Buckingham Fountain
city by the bay
City By The Bay
golden gate
Golden Gate
cafe du commerce
Café du Commerce
place des vosges
Place des Vosges
seattle skyline
Seattle Skyline
dawn in jackson square
Dawn In Jackson
sailboat harbor boston
Sailboat Harbor

santa maria assunta
Santa Maria
swan ferry boston
Swan Ferry


place st. michel
Place St. Michel
daybreak on the seine
Daybreak On
The Seine
le kiosque
Le Kiosque
le petit chatelet
Le Petit Châtelet
paris nocturne
Paris Nocturne
cinema odeon
Cinema Odeon
cathedral notre dame
Cathedral Notre Dame
arc de triomphe
Arc De Triomphe
place de la concorde
Place de la
paris rooftops at night
Paris Rooftops
at Night
room with a view
Room With A View
notre dame in winter
Notre Dame In
pont neuf
Pont Neuf
pont alexandre
Pont Alexandre
ille de la cite
Ille de la Cité
rialto bridge at sunset
Rialto Bridge At
la cremaillere
La Cremaillere
les trois cafes
Les Trois Cafés
les rives de notre dame
Les Rives de
Notre Dame
moulin rouge
Moulin Rouge
april in paris
April In Paris
le paris
Le Paris
montmartre Morning
Montmartre Morning
rue de lille
Rue de Lille
quai de conti
Quai de Conti
hotel rialto
Hotel Rialto
autumn on the seine
Autumn On The Seine
paris by night
Paris By Night
rive gauche
Rive Gauche
hotel du camelia
Hotel du Camelia
notre dame at dawn
Notre Dame At Dawn
au bon marche
Au Bon Marche
folie's cafe
Folie's Café
la belle epoque
La Belle Epoque
 le compas d'or
Le Compas d'Or
boulevard du palais
Boulevard du Palais
paris morning
Paris Morning
paris night
Paris Night
hotel de la seine
Hotel de la Seine
la boheme
La Boheme
montmartre village
Montemarte Village
notre dame at dusk
Notre Dame at Dusk
au livre d'Or
Au Livre d'Or
springtime in paris
Springtime In Paris
the stairway
The Stairway
la poete
La Poète
le petite cafe
Le Petit Cafè
eiffel tower at dawn
Eiffel Tower at Dawn
28 boulangerie
28 Boulangerie
winter in paris
Winter In Paris
a la mere catherine
A La Mère Catherine
parsi le petit zinc
Paris le Petit Zinc
les marches parisiens
Les Marches Parisiens
barcelona casa figueras
Barcelona Casa

Miniature Lithographs

big ben
Big Ben
188 rue de marcine
188 Rue de Marcine
chambord snowfall
Chambord Snowfall
chrysler building
Chrysler Building
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eiffel tower at midnight
Eiffel Tower
at Midnight

Liudmila Kondakova Artist Bio

To enter the world of Liudmila Kondakova is to leave the ordinary behind and embrace mystery, serenity, and radiance. The best that life has to offer is embodied for her in the city of Paris, but a side of Paris that you may not see replicated anywhere except in your imagination and your dreams. Simple though they may appear, her enchanting portrayals of vistas in that famous city work their magic subtly, softly, and indelibly into your heart and soul.

Born in 1956 and raised in the Soviet Union, Paris took Kondakova’s breath away when she first saw it, striking her literally as Paradise in comparison with her previous, monochromatic existence in Moscow. Although her surroundings in her homeland were grim, her inner life as a child was as rich as the world she created through her artistic experiences and literature. Fascinated with the painted icons of the Russian Orthodox Church, she later studied the discipline of professional icon painting at the St. Alexis Cathedral. The attention to detail associated with that training manifests itself in her works, awaiting us in every intricately detailed nook and cranny, every brick of a cobblestone street, and every bit of finely-wrought lace curtain. These details accumulate, intensifying the impact of her vision and drawing in your other senses, until you can almost hear the murmurs of the café patrons or feel the warmth of the sun on your skin.

Her scenes are not about Paris, but about what Paris represents to her. The Paris she offers us is more than a place, but a spiritual culmination of association, hope, and desire. Illuminated from within, with the uplifting colors of a medieval stained glass window, her paintings reflect an impossibly wonderful, parallel universe.