Viacheslav Atroshenko (1935-1994) was active and he lived in Russian Federation, China. Viacheslav is known for abstract paintings. Born in Shanghai in 1935, was the son of Ukrainian emigres. The family later relocated to Hong Kong during Second World War. In addition to being an artist, Atroshenko was also a noted scholar, co-authoring books on art and architecture such as Mediterranean Vernacular: A Vanishing Architectural Tradition and Origins of the Romanesque.
He was a painter who also ran a gallery in Pimlico, supported by his wealthy patron partner.
Atroshenko's painting is an abstract composition composed of colorful, thick brush strokes. The composition of the image is horizontal, but it is broken mainly by vertical brush strokes. The composition seems to be dynamic thanks to the use of many colors (warm and cold tones) that mix with each other. Signed on the reverse of canvas "Viacheslav | Atroshenko" in black paint. The painting is unframed.
This abstract painting was donated to FARA Clapham.