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Exhibition of Artist Andrey Esionov
8.12.2014 12:15
Exhibition of Artist Andrey Esionov

The Zurab Tsereteli Art Gallery holds exhibition of the artist Andrey Esionov. The exposition will include more than 50 watercolours and oil paintings created in the recent four years.

      Andrey Esionov is a painter and graphic artist, the master of composition, portrait and urbanscape. He is known for his search of new art idioms and courageous experiments with the pictural form.

      The author tackles upon themes of the Russian history and culture, as well as philosophical and religious topics.

      The exhibition will be held till December 14.


Sources: http://www.tg-m.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Andrey Esionov Graphic Art   

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