Moscow streets by Igor Razzhivin
Russian artist impressionist Igor Razzhivin was born on May 4, 1958 in Lyubertsy, Moscow. He studied graphic arts at the Moscow Pedagogical Institute. His artworks mainly include cityscapes, Moscow streets, night life of cities, portraits. Since 1986 he has been a member of local, national and international exhibitions in Moscow, Smolensk, Prague, Phoenix (Arizona), and London. Charming streets of his native Moscow, beautiful architecture of Russian orthodox churches have been the eternal inspiration for the talented artist Igor Razzhivin.
Razzhivin Lives and works in Odintsovo, district of Moscow. His works are in more than 20 countries. They can be found in private collections in the State Duma and the Federation Council, the Museum of History Museum of the City of Moscow and the “Old Circus” on the Tsvetnoi Boulevard, the hotel “Metropol” and “Baltschug Kempinski.”