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Calligraphy Museum Presents Vitaly Shapovalov
12.09.2014 11:45
Calligraphy Museum Presents Vitaly Shapovalov

The first personal exhibition of the world famous calligraphy and water colour artist Vitaly Shapovalov is opening in Moscow. 

The exhibition in Calligraphy Museum, Moscow will include more than 100 of his most significant works created in recent years.

Vitaly Shapovalov was born in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in 1960. After finishing the Grekov Art School in Rostov in 1981 he worked as a stage designer for a while. His further professional career was related to illustrating and designing books in various publishing houses. He worked as an illustrator in television too.

The exhibition will be held from September 12 to October 12.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Calligraphy Museum Graphic Art Calligraphy Water Color 

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