The paintings by Kirill Malkov are filled with electrical light and endless movement of Northern Capital at night. His works reflect the dynamics of a modern metropolis and attract the viewer by diversity of tones, vivacity of colors and realistic images of the views.
The rich color of Malkov’s paintings creates an involuntary association with Russian folklore motifs and colourful folk art. The artist considers himself as a successor of Russian landscape painting which has acquired the ideas of French Impressionism.
Laconic color spots (the sky and the watery surface, in particular, performed in rich blue tones) make the works of the artist very decorative.
Malkov had a great number of exhibitions in Saint-
Petersburg and in Paris. His art works are held in private collections in Russia, Germany, USA.