The exhibition of the Belgian artist Valt d’Acquavilla from Antwerp, which was exhibited from March 9 to April 9, 2023 and was dedicated to the beautiful half of humanity – a woman, has finished its work at the Russian House in Brussels.

In paintings and watercolors, where there are different symbols on the same topic, the woman always plays the main role. As a symbolist artist, he is inspired by ancient civilizations and the psychology of Z. Freud and K. Jung.

Inspired by Russian literature, the artist painted Polina from the novel The Gambler by Dostoevsky, Natasha Rostova from the novel War and Peace,

Anna Karenina from the novel of the same name by Lev Tolstoy.