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Piotr Stoliarenko (1925-2018) | Post-impressionist painter



Piotr Kuzmich Stoliarenko / Петр Кузьмич Столяренко - a landscape, seascape and dreamy garden painter, a master of still-life and genre paintings, is considered as one of the most fascinating of the Crimean artists🎨.
He is called the Soviet post-impressionist, and his art - a crucial classic of Soviet and post-Soviet painting.
The artist was born in the picturesque village of Kertch, a delightful fishing village in the Crimea, on the edge of the Azov Sea.
Piotr Stoliarenko attended the Aivazovsky academy of fine arts and was a pupil of Nikolai Barsamov.

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Anatoly Metlan, 1964 | Impressionist painter



Ukrainian painter Anatoly Metlan was born in Yalta, near the Black Sea. As he got older, Metlan developed a passion for the works of impressionist.
After High School he attended the Krivoi Rog University, South of Ukraine. While at the University, Metlan exhibited his works and little by little made a name for himself.

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Shafira Yablonski, 1938 | Impressionist painter



Ukrainian painter Shafira Yablonski was born in the city of Dneprodzerzhinsk.
When Shafira was 3 years old the world war II began and her family was evacuated to Kazakhstan.
When the war was over and the city of Dneprodzerzhinsk was liberated, they returned home to Ukraine.
There Shafira spent her childhood and adolescence and finished high school.
All her childhood she was fond of drawing. When Shafira was 15, she joined the art studio at the House of Culture and began learning to paint.

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Zinovy ​​Sydoriv, 1971 | Ballet dancers



Зиновий Сыдорив🎨 is an Ukrainian painter, member of the Union of free Artists of St. Petersburg.
He was born in Ivano-Frankivsk, Western Ukraine. Graduated from Tver art College named. A. G. Venetsianova, at the Department of decoration.

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Zinovy ​​Sydoriv, 1971 | Romantic Realism painter



Зиновий Сыдорив was born in Ivano-Frankivsk, Western Ukraine. Since 1987 lives and works in Tver. Graduated from Tver art College named. A. G. Venetsianova, at the Department of decoration.
Participant of a number of art exhibitions in Moscow, Tver and abroad.
Sydoriv is a member of the Union of free Artists of St. Petersburg.
Many works of Zinovy Sydoriv are in galleries and private collections in England, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Germany, France, USA.

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Ivan G. Olinsky (1878-1962) | Impressionist painter



Ivan Gregorewitch Olinsky was a Russian-American painter and art instructor.
Olinsky was born in Elizabethgrad, Russia (now Kirovohrad, Ukraine).
After immigrating to the United States at the age of twelve he studied at the National Academy of Design, then worked for the American muralist George Willoughby Maynard, then for Elmer Garnsey, then for John La Farge in Boston until about 1906.
Olinsky became best known for his female portraits in a style that tended towards Impressionism.

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Elie Anatole Pavil | The quay of tournelle at sunset in winter



Born in Odessa, Elie Anatole Pavil (1873-1948) came to Paris in 1892 and dedicated himself to capturing its atmosphere on canvas. For most of the next fifty years he painted the cafes, the beautiful women, the jazz bands and artist ateliers of Paris.
His paintings show an intimate knowledge of the inhabitants of the streets and alley’s of Montmartre. Elegant couples dancing, beautiful models posing, working men finishing their day with a drink at the bar, all were captured in Pavil’s carefully balanced compositions, many of which show the distinct the influence of Degas🎨 and Renoir🎨.

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Elie Anatole Pavil | Evening in a Parisian Cafe



Elie Anatole Pavil (1873-1948) was an Ukrainian-born French painter.
Pavil was born in Odessa, Russia in 1873. He came to Paris in 1892.
Pavil exhibited at the Salon des Artists Français, Salon des Indépendants and the Salon d’Automne. He exhibited at Galerie Charpentier, Galerie Georges Petit, and Galerie Bernheim Jeune. Claude Monet described Pavil’s paintings as “little marvels”.
He was awarded🎨 Chevailier de la l’Légion d’Honneur. Pavil also counted Pissaro among his friends. Pavil continued painting with the same passion until the end of his days.