Contemporary art projects a dynamic and sophisticated corporate image. We have a wide catalog of paintings, sculptures, photographs and engravings, and we have more than 450 artists. In addition, works of art create a stimulating environment for employees. It's profitable: You can enjoy an original work of art by a renowned artist and it is a tax deductible expense for companies. It's flexible: The lease allows changes and acquisitions, and is comfortable: FLECHA is in charge from the projection studio to the installation.


Add to the rental of artwork our comprehensive and free advice service: selection of work, production and installation. 15 day trial period.


Through our free advice service we will help you choose, design and produce the perfect gift for your employees or clients. More than 450 artists and a vast catalog of works with very competitive prices. Your product, your headquarters, logo, claim, etc. converted into a work of art.


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Les Vladimir Stepanovich
Khmelnitsky, UA


Les Vladimir Stepanovich (1927-2008), who was born in 1927 in Andriykivtsy village, Khmelnitsky region, Ukraine. After liberation of Ukraine from Nazis in1944 Les went to front. He has several medals and order of “Great Patriotic War”. Author entered Odessa Art College, named after Grecov in 1951 the faculty: painting, professor L. Muchnik. 1959-1976 author is working in Vinnitsa Artist Union. Sins 1976—moving to Khmelnitsky. 1976-1985 Vladimir Stepanovich, together with A. Kiselev, L. Bessaraba, created 5 dioramas, devoted to liberation of Khmelnitsky from German Fascists. Les Vladimir Stepanovich participated in great number of exhibitions. Numerous all republican, All-Union, foreign exhibitions. Author’s works are in: Poland, Russia, Holland, USA, Germany. Works are in the museums of: Khmelnitsky, Kiev. Les Vladimir Stepanovich is member of Union of Artists of Ukraine since 1978. Unfortunately Les Vladimir Stepanovich died in 2008 in his native city Khmelnitsky. Les Vladimir Stepanovich is in “A Dictionary of Twentieth Century Russian and Soviet Paintings 1900-1980th” by Matthew Cullerne Bown.
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Les Vladimir Stepanovich