Art&Deal Guru actively develops panoramic/dioramic art all over the world carrying out both commercial projects and exhibition activities. We work only with those professionals who know the foundations of such complicated type of art.

Our artists have taken the panoramic/dioramic art to the highest level. Over all the years of activity artists of different generations wrote more than 70 dioramas and panoramas of most various sizes and themes.

The Russian world-renowned panoramic/dioramic art still holds the leading positions in this sphere, although there are not too many masters in Russia who really can create panoramic/dioramic works and who know their specifics and difficulty. Our artists, who possess the secrets of this type of visual art and who have a huge practical experience, are ready to execute panoramas and dioramas of any level of difficulty, at the highest artistic level and in line with requirements of clients. 

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PANORAMAS

A panorama is an independent type of visual art whose main objective is to achieve the illusion of the real natural space and events depicted on it.

It consists of a ring-shaped tableau, object view and special lighting equipment. That being said, the panorama tends to extend its opportunities, use adjacent art and technical achievements. Having incorporated elements of sculpture, theatric scenography, it becomes a sort of a synthetic art. A panorama might unite not only artistic opportunities of various types and genres of visual art, but architecture and technology as well and even lyrics and music. All these elements serve for an integral emotional effect in the panorama.

In order to achieve a specific goal – the illusion of the viewers’ presence in the displayed space - the panoramic linen must be proportional to an individual perceiving it, on the one hand, and have a vast space displayed on the canvas, on the other hand. In other words, it should be quite large.

DIORAMAS

A diorama is an independent type of visual art; a diorama is a performance referred to a mass audience, where an illusion of the natural space and events depicted on it is attained via a synthesis of organically connected artistic tools (linen in a vertical direction, an object view in horizontal direction, technical equipment, special lighting and a semi-round horizontal circumference).

In terms of genres, panoramas and dioramas can be historical, religious/mythological; they might depict battles and specific cities and areas.

Through the use of their artistic and technical means, with an ability to capture and show large-scale events taking part in a vast area with a large number of people involved, such types of mass visual art as panoramas and dioramas can most convincingly, brightly, visually and truly display glorious historic events to viewers, and, like in a “time machine”, bring them back to those heroic days and make them feel a witness or even a participant. No easel painting, no modern multimedia technologies are able to do this.  

Such panoramas or dioramas will become a central dominant like it happened with similar works in Russia, Germany, Austria, Belgium Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, the United States, Canada, China, Turkey and a number of other countries.

At the same time, as a work of art enjoying the popularity and love of mass audiences, panoramic or dioramic exhibitions largely increase tourist attractiveness of cities. 

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Such panoramas or dioramas will become a central dominant like it happened with similar works in Russia, Germany, Austria, Belgium Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, the United States, Canada, China, Turkey and a number of other countries.

At the same time, as a work of art enjoying the popularity and love of mass audiences, panoramic or dioramic exhibitions largely increase tourist attractiveness of cities.