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Realistic landscapes by Vladimir Alexandrov

Realistic landscapes by Vladimir Alexandrov

Realistic landscapes by Vladimir Alexandrov

Realistic landscapes by Vladimir Alexandrov.

Russian, Moscow based artist Vladimir Alexandrov was born in 1972 in Cheboksary. In 1991, he graduated from the Cheboksary Art school, then Moscow State Academic Arts institute named after V.I. Surikov, faculty of painting. He studied in the workshops of professors A. I. Fomkin and V. N. Zabelin. Vladimir Alexandrov became the Member of the Union of Artists of Russia in 2003. In his works he uses centuries-old traditions of Russian realism. Native landscapes of Russian nature created by Alexandrov are incredibly soulful. Alongside with landscapes, the artist works in such genres of painting as realistic portraiture. He paints portraits of famous and ordinary people, children and adults, as well as copies of paintings of old masters. Since 1994, Vladimir Alexandrov has participated in many group and solo exhibitions in Russia and abroad, including Basel (1994-1997, Switzerland) and Santa Fe (2004, USA). Talented contemporary Russian painter Vladimir Alexandrov lives and works in Moscow.

Landscape paintings by Russian artist Vladimir Alexandrov

Flying over the lake. Duck Creek. Oil on canvas. 2008. Landscape artist Vladimir Alexandrov

Landscape paintings by Russian artist Vladimir Alexandrov

Birch Grove. 2006. Oil on canvas. Realistic landscapes by Vladimir Alexandrov

Birch – as our soul in all that beauty and lightness, which can be found in Russia. Oak symbolizes all men, and birch – all women. It is about these two plants most of Russian legends and proverbs, sayings and folk tales. In many paintings of Vladimir Alexandrov portrayed birch – especially during the autumn, with yellow color of foliage, and in the spring, with the blossoming buds.

Realistic landscapes by Vladimir Alexandrov

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