“Bush woody thickets....” Paper Ink Realist Landscape painting 1993

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€ 1 290
Condition: used
Location: Russia, Smolensk
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Artist
Maxim Bulaev
Maxim Bulaev. "Bush, woody thickets...".
The work is executed with brush and ink on tinted paper in 1993. Work size without passe-partout 25x35,5 cm the Inspiration for this painting was the contemplation of the snow-covered city Park. The image of the living lights intricately intertwined with thickets of trees.
ID: 17746
Artist: Maxim Bulaev (b. 1972)
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 1993
Applied technique: Ink
Medium: Paper
Size: 2 x 38 x 48 cm
Framing: Framed
Style: Realist
Genre: Landscape painting
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Information about the artist

Родился в городе Горький (ныне Нижний Новгород) в 1972 году в семье преподавателей. В возрасте 6 лет с родителями переехали в Молдавию, город Бендеры, где пошел в школу и закончил пять классов. Затем переехали в столицу Молдавии город Кишинев. Там я закончил 8 классов средней школы, музыкальную и художественную школы и поступил в Республиканское художественно-педагогическое училище имени И.Е.Репина. В 1991 году закончил училище с красным дипломом и поступил на художественно-графический факультет педагогического института имени Карла Маркса в городе Смоленск. Институт закончил в 1996 году и с того времени занимаюсь живописью, графикой, декором и дизайном интерьеров.
I was born in Gorky (now Nizhny Novgorod) in 1972 in a family of teachers. At the age of 6 years our family moved to Moldova, the city of Bendery, where I went to school and finished five classes. Then we moved to Chisinau, the capital of Moldova. There I finished 8 classes of high school, music and art schools and entered the Republican Art College named after I. E. Repin. In 1991 after graduating from this college with honors I entered the art and graphic faculty of the Pedagogical Institute named after Karl Marx in Smolensk. I graduated from the Institute in 1996 and since then have been engaged in painting, graphics, decor and interior design.