“The Triptych Son.” Paper Ink Antique 1993

Price:
€ 8 000
Condition: used
Location: Russia, Smolensk
Product availability: Available
Artist
Maxim Bulaev
Maxim Bulaev. The Triptych "Son".
In the triptych "son" includes three graphic sheet. The stories are in chronological order. The author tried to uncover the meaning of life. Each sheet signed in poetic form, revealing the content and meaning of each picture. Work is performed in a rare technique of Ink - Brush. Graphics decorated in a Mat and frame under glass. The size of the center sheet of a triptych 40,5х27 cm ( with passe-partout 51,5х36 see).
ID: 17516
Artist: Maxim Bulaev (b. 1972)
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 1993
Applied technique: Ink
Medium: Paper
Size: 2,5 x 27,5 x 40 cm
Framing: Framed
Style: Antique
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Purchase returns: No return

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.