What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Paris Rooftops


Evgeny Lushpin

Russian artist Evgeny Lushpin is known around the world for his gorgeous paintings. His phenomenal use of light and darkness has a remarkable power to evoke the atmosphere of his subjects. After painting many of the world’s most picturesque cities, Lushpin turned all that talent toward the place I believe is the most beautiful city in the world, Paris. His paintings of my favorite place feel right to me, just like I remember the City of Light feeling.

Lushpin’s selection of Paris scenes feels particularly intimate. They feel more like personal photos than paintings, and it’s clear the artist feels the same fondness for the city that I do.

You can follow Lushpin on his website.

All images property of Evgeny Lushpin.

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Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

22 thoughts on “Paris Rooftops

  1. Oh my! He is good. I keep seeing Peter Pan or Mary Popping.

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  2. Photo realistic. Extremely beautiful. It is hard to pick just one but I love the dusting of snow.

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  3. These are stunning! Love looking at them again and again.

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  4. These are insanely good. I love the contrast between all those blues and the glow of the yellows.

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  5. This looks so relaxing

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  6. I love this post! This artist has made the rooftops of Paris so charming. I always loved twilight and evening in cities, and his work just makes me want to live right there! I saw Paris about 18 years ago, and saw the city at night only briefly. I always wish I had more time there…now I have to make sure I do get back!

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  7. I love the paintings…so real and yet so ethereal! Excellent post!

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  8. Reblogged this on ARHtistic License and commented:
    Thank you to Donna for introducing us to this incredible artist. Donna supplies us with one beautiful thing every day on her blog, My OBT.

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