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Makarychev Alexander Valentinovich (1976 - ...)  Click to play

Makarychev Alexander Valentinovich

Makarychev Alexander Valentinovich was born in 1976 in the village of Krasny Kholm (Red Hill), Tver Region. At present he lives in the village of Kholuy.

In 1996 the artist finished the Kholuy Art School with a diploma. His teachers were Stepanov and Kosterin.

A.V. Makarychev's original works include:

1. "The Lay of Igor's Host";

2. "Gogol";

3. "Suzdal";

4. "The Tale of Tsar Saltan".

The artist's favorite theme to depict is architecture. He considers thinness of panting to be the most important element in work. Starting his work, Alexander Valentinovich intends to paint a composition finely and neatly. Considers his work to be finished when he likes it.

Alexander Valentinovich prefers to paint his compositions mostly with blue, red, violet and ochre colors.

The artist supposes it's easy to recognize his artworks by beauty and harshness of brushwork. He thinks people will remember his works owing to thinness and precision of painting, interesting themes, beautiful color combinations and original execution.

In his free time Alexander Valentinovich likes to paint compositions.

A.V. Makarychev wishes luck and success to his admires.

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