Veronica Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan

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Veronica Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan was born on 28 December, 1966. Discover Veronica Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignCapricorn
Born28 December 1966
Birthday28 December

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In 2016 she discovered a unique method of creating an enhanced personal vibrational connection between the model and the portrait. This method is known as “the Catalyst of Vitality”, a truly unique technique of artistic immortality which involves using a physical DNA sample( hair, nail powder, ash, etc.,) in the oil mixture during the application of the oil onto the canvas. This revolutionary painting technique is a method of preserving the identity of the individual on a genetic level for future generations to come. She is the first documented artist known for applying this technique.


Veronica Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan (Kva-set–sky-ya – t-see-g-lan) (born December 28, 1966) is a Canadian classical realist painter specializing in the Old Masters’ technique. She is active in the contemporary revival of the classical tradition of fine art portraiture in Canada. She founded the Portrait Society of Canada in 2001 in Toronto, Canada and is the current chairman. In 2016 Veronica Kvassetskaia Tsyglan discovered “The Catalyst of Vitality”.

Kvassetskaia was born on December 28, 1966 in Moscow to Russian mother Taisia Levicheva and Polish father Vladimir Kvassetski. She has an older sister named Olga. Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan began displaying talent and an affection for the arts at an early age—playing the violin, singing, sculpting and drawing. Later on, she developed an interest in analytical chemistry, science and psychology. From a young age, Kvassetskaia knew that she wanted to be an artist and as a teenager she began reproducing works of the Old Masters. She became a pupil of the Soviet Ossetian artist Lolita Gally. She studied Fine Art at the V. Surikov State Academy Art Institute, then Art History at the Moscow State University. She emigrated from Russia in 1991. Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan perfected her skills in Frankfurt, Germany while working in the field of restoration. She reproduced Old Masters’ works in Alte Pinakothek, the Louvre, and then in Larnaca, Cyprus where she studied Greek Orthodox iconography at the Agia Moni Monastery workshop. In 1996, she moved to Toronto, Canada, where she currently lives and paints at her studio in Willowdale. She has a son, Vladimir Tsyglian, who is a professional actor and opera singer and a daughter Beatrice.


Her portraits have been exhibited in museums and prestigious private and corporate collections internationally. Her works can be found in the collections of former Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and the 28th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, The Hon. David Onley, the Countess Von Wedel, Sonja Bata Museum and St. Marks Coptic Museum. She has received portrait commissions from Vladislav Tretiak, Measha Brueggergosman, Ekaterina Gubanova, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Lee Carroll, Larysa Kuzmenko, Tom Diamond, Simon Whitfield, Jessica Zelinka, Claire Hopkinson, Brahm Goldhamer, Patricia Bezzoubenko, Murray Pollitt and a historical portrait of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia.