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Gzhel ceramics by Sergei Karpukhin

Gzhel ceramics by Sergei Karpukhin

A bear with a bottle. Set for vodka (left), and tea pots. Beautiful Gzhel ceramics by Sergei Karpukhin

Gzhel ceramics by Sergei Karpukhin

Gzhel is a traditional folk art in Russia. In fact, Gzhel got its name from the village of Gzhel. The village, where blue pottery has been produced since the 14th century. These beautiful Gzhel sculptures and dishes were made by a talented craftsman Sergei Karpukhin. They say, talented people are talented in everything. And this is just about him – a director, producer, artist, and architect. Sergei Karpukhin was born in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk. He graduated from Krasnoyarsk Institute of Art, then the Moscow architectural Institute, and, finally, the Higher producer courses of Moscow Institute of Cinematography. Sergei is a member of the Union of Moscow architects, the Union of artists of Russia, and the Union of Cinematographers of Russia. In addition, he is a laureate of the cinematography prize “NIKA”.

Candlestick 'Of Nikolai Gogol' (left), the sculpture of the blacksmith Vakula and Oksana (right), on Nikolai Gogol's 'Christmas Eve' ('The Night Before Christmas'), from his collection 'Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka'

Candlestick ‘Of Nikolai Gogol’ (left), the sculpture of the blacksmith Vakula and Oksana (right), main characters of the tale by Russian writer Nikolai Gogol “On the Christmas Eve’ (‘The Night Before Christmas’), from his collection ‘Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka’

The Dish 'Flirting'. Gzhel ceramics

Beautiful decorative plate ‘Flirting’. Gzhel ceramics

The sculpture 'The Kiss of the night'. Gzhel ceramics

‘The Kiss of the night’. Gzhel ceramics

Wall plate 'Cathedral'. Gzhel ceramics

The Cathedral. Decorative plate. Gzhel ceramics

Gzhel ceramics by Sergei Karpukhin

source Karpuhin.artnow.ru