Olga Geoghegan

Contemporary artist, London, UK

My Grandfather Back From His Third War
My Grandfather Back From His Third War

Oil on canvas 60x40cm £1675

Pink Self-Portrait
Pink Self-Portrait

Oil on canvas 50x40cm £1495

Rose Tankard
Rose Tankard

Oil on canvas 40x30cm £1325

Stolen Roses
Stolen Roses

Oil on canvas 50x60cm £1950

A Duet to the Northern Sun
A Duet to the Northern Sun

Oil on canvas 70x60cm £2625

A Duet about Love
A Duet about Love

Oil on canvas 70x60cm £2625

Auntie Masha
Auntie Masha

Oil on canvas 60x40cm £1675

Autumn Bouquet
Autumn Bouquet

Oil on canvas 50x60cm SOLD

A Duet about Snow
A Duet about Snow

Oil on canvas 70x60cm £2625

Green Self-Portrait
Green Self-Portrait

Oil on canvas 19x24cm £585

Heath Meadow
Heath Meadow

Oil on canvas 60x50cm £1950

Autumn Geraniums
Autumn Geraniums

Oil on canvas 90x80cm £4325

Hydrangea
Hydrangea

Oil on canvas 46x60cm £1950

Autumn on the Heath
Autumn on the Heath

Oil on canvas 40x50cm £1495

Lilacs
Lilacs

Oil on canvas 35x40cm £1325

Our Neighbour's Roses
Our Neighbour's Roses

Oil on canvas SOLD

New Moon
New Moon

Oil on canvas 40x50cm £1495

October
October

Oil on canvas 102x75cm £4595

Parting
Parting

Oil on canvas 60x40cm £1675

Summer Rain
Summer Rain

Oil on canvas 50x60cm £1950

About the Artist

London based Olga Geoghegan, is a technical virtuoso and her universal and haunting paintings of people, places or objects are strongly influenced by her childhood growing up in Ukhta, then in the North of the Soviet Union.

At the age of ten, Olga moved 1,000 miles from home to take up a place at the Leningrad Academy of Art's special art school and then graduated from the St. Petersburg Academy of Art, Russia's most prestigious art institution, founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great and situated across the River Neva from the world famous Hermitage museum.

In the early 90s, she was one of the first Russian painters to be invited to exhibit in Western Europe with successful exhibitions taking place in London and Vienna. She has subsequently exhibited many times in London (including at the Royal Drawing School and Messums) as well as in Scotland, Spain, USA and, of course, Russia.

"People have very different life experiences," she says, "but their humanity is constant, wherever they are from and whatever era they have lived through."

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