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      Russian Artists

      Explore up-and-coming contemporary Russian artists like Alexey Anikin and Laima Goda today. Skilled in a variety of different styles and mediums, emerging Russian artists are producing an incredible breadth of work. Discover their biographies, exhibitions, inspiration and more by exploring their artist profiles.

      Khattin Valery

      Russian artist Khattin Valery is recognised for her expressive compositions such as her impressionist paintings *Morning Grass * and Night, both oil on canvas. With energetically layered brushstrokes and bright, full-bodied colour, Khattin connotes the dynamism and vitality of the natural world.

      Alexey Anikin

      Also interested in nature art is Realist painter Alexey Anikin whose practice stems from traditional Russian landscape painting. His rural paintings such as Charm, oil on canvas, draw inspiration from the familiar landscapes of Central Russia. Though pure and peaceful in aesthetic, there is a real sense of scope in Alexey’s work; meadows meander for miles while the highly detailed flowers look so real, they could be plucked from the canvas.

      Andrey Vishnevskiy Stary

      Andrey Vishnevskiy Stary is admired for his elusive paintings such as Artist Face, oil on canvas, and Zig Zag. His highly textured paintings and somewhat aggressive colour sequences are a blend of abstract, expressionist and figurative in style, making for original and animated works of art.

      Alexander Grigorev

      Saint-Petersburg-based Alexander Grigorev is known for his meticulously crafted wooden sculptures such as Circle (2018). The golden finish and carved undulating shapes of his pieces are inspired by his travels, presenting an agglomeration of cultural and narratorial significance.

      Laima Goda

      From rich landscape paintings to thoughtful nude drawings, Laima Goda’s portfolio is full of charming locations and deep emotion. Particularly striking are her figurative--futurist drawings such as Barefoot, Drinking Tea, graphite pencil on paper. The sketch, with its fragmented shapes, textured shading and wholesome subject matter, is characteristic of Laima’s approach to human form, following the path of major artists such as Schiele, Modigliani and Van Gogh.

      Ilya Filatov

      Ilya Filatov blends elements of graphic design and oil painting together in his Pop Art portraits such as Beginning to Love. Pursuing themes of fashion, indulgence and seduction, his works play with contrast and bold colours to create a hybrid of fine and commercial art.

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        Featured Artists
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        Grigorii Pavlychev

        Russian Federation
        B. 1986

        Anna Sudbina

        United Kingdom
        B. 1984

        Alexander Grigorev

        Russian Federation
        B. 1985

        Dmitry Dolzhanskiy

        United States
        B. 1983

        Olga Bezhina

        Russian Federation
        B. 1981