Creativity by artist Vladimir Sevostyanov at an exhibition in the Russian Museum Automatic translate
ST. PETERSBURG. The Russian Museum on December 11 presented the work of Vladimir artist Vladimir Sevostyanov, who is one of the brightest contemporary painters of the Vladimir region. Although his birthplace is far from Vladimir - in the Kemerovo region, but this city has long become a native for the painter. He arrived in Vladimir in 1977, almost immediately after graduating from the Penza Art College. Since that time, the life and work of Vladimir Sevostyanov has been associated with the Vladimir region.
The exhibition, for the placement of which the Russian Museum staff allocated one of the halls in the Stroganov Palace, presented 76 paintings by the Vladimir master. Among them you can see paintings with landscapes, written in the best traditions of the painting school, born by the masters of Vladimir. There was a place in the exposition for portraits and still lifes.
Vladimir Sevostyanov uses a variety of techniques to create his works, but most of the works selected for the exhibition are painted in oil and pastel. The painter himself tells how his work appeared in one of the most famous countries. According to him, this story began five years ago, when his work was shown in St. Petersburg, in the museum at the Academy. Brodsky. Representatives of the Russian Museum visited this exhibition, and then contacted the artist.
First, Sevostyanov sent his catalogs to the museum, and then a meeting with St. Petersburg art historians in Vladimir took place. The decision to open the exhibition was made only in 2014. Typically, artists themselves are engaged in the selection of works for exhibitions. This time the paintings were chosen by the staff of the Russian Museum.
The exhibition of the Vladimir master, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, will be open on January 25th.
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