Musings on Art is a direct importer of Russian art from the Soviet Era offering the best of Soviet Realism, Russian Impressionism and the Leningrad School of Painting.
Russian painter Evgeny Romanovich Chuprun (1927-2003) served in the Navy, from 1949 to 1975. Evgeny Chuprun has participated in art exhibitions since 1960 as maritime and historical painter, and landscape painter. Professional training he held from noted artists Alexander Sokolov, Nikolai Galakhov, Vladimir Seleznev. His personal exhibitions were in Leningrad in 1986, and 1989. The main themes in the work of Evgeny Chuprun were seascapes, historic sailing vessels, genre and historical compositions on the theme of the fleet and life on the Neva River. His style determined interest in rebuilding by picturesque means the true face of historical ships or historical situation, with natural lighting and natural conditions of air and water.
Since 1980, Evgeny Chuprun was a member of the Leningrad Union of Artists (since 1992, named as Saint Petersburg Union of Artists). Evgeny Romanovich Chuprun died in Saint Petersburg in 2005. His paintings reside in the Art and History Museums and private collections in the Russia, in the U.S., Japan, France, and others.