1. Igor Mosiychuk

Igor Mosiychuk

Early years spent among the beautiful nature of Volyn, which influenced further creativity. Igor Mosiychuk — People’s Artist of the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika, member of the Council of the Union of Artists of Pridnestrovie, Professor, Head of the Department of Decorative and Applied Art at the Pridnestrovian State University. T.G. Shevchenko. In 1982 he graduated from the Odessa State Art School. Mb Grekova.

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1.Olga Litvinenko

Olga Litvinenko

Olga Litvinenko-young and very talented Russian artist — aquarellist. She lives and works in St. Petersburg, a city on Neva to which she devoted a large number of her beautiful works. The artist works in different directions of watercolor painting, her works in the genre ‘figure’ Are stunning by the courage of performance and the highest professionalism. Olga ‘s work is widely known both in Russia and abroad. Her work is filled with sunlight and heat.

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1-Sergei Kurbatov

Sergei Kurbatov

Sergei Kurbatov ‘s aerial, delicate and exquisite watercolours are admired not only in Russia, but also abroad. The stories of the artist ‘s works are architectural landscapes of Novosibirsk, Moscow, St. Petersburg and quiet streets of European cities, elegant still lifes, landscapes. The unusually subtle sense of colour makes its bright summer landscapes harmonious and calm, filled with air and sun, and winter warm and cosy.

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1.Galina Gomzina

Galina Gomzina

Galina Gomzina is a talented watercolor artist with a high skill in the possession of watercolor technique. Her work is widely known both in Russia and abroad. Born Galina in St. Petersburg, in extraordinary. By the beauty of the city, where the majestic river Neva and a large number of picturesque canals flow. It was this one that influenced the artist ‘s creativity, at almost all her works we see virtuously depicted water, with enchanting and elusive reflections, surrounding us reality.

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