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Love of Sergey Kolyavkin to be Exhibited in Moscow
26.03.2013 13:10
Love of Sergey Kolyavkin to be Exhibited in Moscow

Sergey Kolyavkin born in 1935 did not get vocational art education and perfected his painting skills when free from his job at ironworks.

      It is probably, for this reason his landscapes are alien to parlour sugariness and monotonous boredom. The original naivist is endowed with the gift of sincerity, keenness, and attention, therefore everyday and habitual things in nature look as the joy of life in his painting.

      In 2007 the self-educated artist was a success as a participant of the Moscow International Festival of Naive Art and Creativity of Outsiders. Kolyavkin has created about 150 paintings, most of them landscapes of his native places.

      Sergey Kolyavkin’s exhibition Love to be held in the Museum of Naive Art from March 27 to April 21 will present 30 selected landscapes of the Kaluga Region.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Landscapes Sergey Kolyavkin Exhibitions in Moscow  

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