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Artist Shcherbatykh Oleg Egorovich
Country: Russian Federation
Shcрerbatih Oleg Egorovich, a member of the International Federation of Artists and creative professional Russian Union of Artists.
Born in 1967 in the Tula region Bogoroditsk. He studied at art school. Then, at the Art School named after A. Venetsianov in the city of Tver. After military service he continued his studies in composition and drawing courses at the State Academy of Fine Arts named after I. Repin in Leningrad. In 1990, the city of Tula organized the first exhibition of the works. His early paintings are realistic portraits. Landscapes.
Passion primitivism reflects a new period of creativity, which accounts for 1991 - 1994 years. At that time his cheap popular painting depicting various genres and scenes from everyday life exhibited Cossack at the exhibition in Austria in the city of Villach.
The study of the masters of medieval painting, in particular the Flemish painters, leads to the creation of his writing technique.
The first series of works was exhibited in 1996 at the Central House of Artists in Moscow at "F-ART." This was followed by successful exhibitions in galleries and exhibition halls.
The work of Oleg Shcherbatyh can build in some cycles, a common theme, related to the themes and images, color scheme, This is a series of "Dreams," peeped the author in a dream. Its rich colors and themes correspond to our concept of a fairy tale. Compassion, holiday soul. A series of "Life of the Middle Ages provincials" conveys the atmosphere of the time, everyday life. The costumes, the originality of humor. In "Landscapes of the Middle Ages," the artist selects a single color, and within which seeks expression.
The artist is young and is in constant creative search. But today his work purchased by major Russian banks. U.S. Embassies and Slovakia, foreign representative offices in Russia. Much of the work of Oleg ShCherbatyh are in galleries and private collections in USA, England, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Germany, France ...