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12/12/20

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Zinaida Serebriakova (1884-1967) | Page 2


Zinaida Yevgenyevna Serebriakova🎨 / Зинаи́да Евге́ньевна Серебряко́ва was the first female Russian painter🎨 of distinction, as a master of portrait, genre scenes🎨 from the life of peasantry.
She was born near Kharkov into one of Russia's most refined and artistic families. In 1900 she entered the art school founded by Princess M. K. Tenisheva.
Serebriakova studied under Repin🎨 in 1901 and Braz between 1903-1905.
Between 1902-1903 she spent time in Italy, and from 1905-1906 she studied in Paris. At the outbreak of the October Revolution in 1917 Serebriakova's life suddenly changed.
In 1919 her husband Boris died of typhus contracted in Bolshevik jails. She was left without any income, responsible for her four children and her sick mother.


27/11/20

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Serge Marshennikov, 1971

Serge Marshennikov was born in Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. His grandfather was the general manager of a horse breeding company, his father, an electrical engineer and his mother was in pre-school education.
Freom the earliest of times, Serge was always drawing, painting and sculpting from any material he could land his hands on.
His Mother encouraged Serge to study and from early childhood and he had a succession of private teachers and art studies he attended. After receiving a number of awards for his children’s watercolor and pastel paintings, Serge decided to become a professional painter.
In 1995 he finished the Ufa Art College and then continued education at one of the most prestigious art academies in the world, The Repin Academy of Fine Art in St. Petersburg, Russia.



11/11/20

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Stanislav Aristov / Станислав Аристов, 1982 | Flame art


Russian🎨 photographer Stanislav Aristov / Станислав Аристов, better known by his moniker Pol Tergejst is an artist from Ekaterinburk, in Russia, who decided "to play with fire", literally. He uses flame shapes to create some kind of flame-shape paintings, he composes different images of them. All this involves a lot of photographing.
Aristo made a splendid series of images with matches between 2010 and 2013. It's after taking part in a themed "line of life" photo contest from Formula foto that the idea of using lighted matches came to him.
The "stroke of genius" or as Stanislav said himself: "it's not the first idea with one things that shows another things :)" reminds us all the poetry that has fire in the collective unconscious. Thanks to Stanislav for giving us some of his time answering our questions and for sharing with us his work.


01/11/20

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Andrew Atroshenko (Russian, 1965)

Andrew Atroshenko's work is distinguished by the movement, color and passion. Andrew Atroshenko was born in the city of Pokrovsk, Russia. Accepted as a gifted child in 1977 into the Children’s Art School, Andrew graduated with honors in 1981.
Two years later, Andrew entered Bryansk Art College, and in 1991 was accepted at one of the most prestigious art schools in the world, the St. Petersburg Academy of Art.
In 1994, Andrew began taking part in exhibitions such as St. Petersburg Artists in Reutlingen, Germany, the exhibition of a group “Academy” in St. Petersburg 1996, and “Teacher’s memory” 1997.



29/10/20

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Alexey Rychkov (Russian, 1968)


Inspired by works of Russian marine painters, Алексея Рычкова specialized in sea landscapes at the beginning of his creative career. The characteristic feature of his paintings is thin and transparent technique of depicting water in motion.
City landscapes of the artist are of romantic spirit and mood: St. Petersburg, the Neva, bridges and embankments, classical architecture. Landscapes of St. Petersburg are akin to works of old masters in the interpretation of the artist.
He has an excellent command of multilayered painting technique which is organically combined with the effective and solemn panoramic compositions.


26/10/20

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Edna St. Vincent Millay /Vladimir Volegov | Sweet love, sweet thorn / O dolce amore, dolce spina


Sweet love, sweet thorn, when lightly to my heart
I took your thrust, whereby I since am slain,
And lie disheveled in the grass apart,
A sodden thing bedrenched by tears and rain,
While rainy evening drips to misty night,
And misty night to cloudy morning clears,
And clouds disperse across the gathering light,


20/10/20

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Andrew Atroshenko (Russian, 1965)


Born in the City of Pokrovsk, Russia, Андрей Атрошенко / Andrew Atroshenko became part of a gifted child program at the Children's Art School there, and was later accepted at the St. Petersburg Academy of Art, one of the world’s most prestigious art schools.
In 1999 Andrew spent the entire year in the U.S. He was invited by "Bay Arts", a New England based group, to take part in their exhibitions and activities.


13/10/20

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Alexander Hodyukov (Belarusian, 1966)


Александр Ходюков è nato a Vitsyebsk - Bielorussia, dove vive e lavora. Il suo lavoro è condotto in direzioni diverse: realismo, impressionismo, nouveau.
Le sue opere: paesaggi, nature morte, marine e ritratti, mondi surreali in stile fantasy e surrealismo, armonia e bellezza nelle figure, si trovano non solo nelle collezioni bielorussi e russi, ma anche in collezioni straniere di pittura. La tecnica: olio, acquarello, acrilico.