The exhibition will present around 100 art works, created by the painter during the last decades from the Russian museum and a private collection
Alexander Pavlov has studied and graduated from the Ivanovo art school (1966-1970), studying painting in the class of I.Kalashnikov, student of the artist A. Osmerkin. In 1970 his works were given the Diploma at the International art student exhibition in Kazan. From 1974 to 1977 he was external student in the Academy of Arts in Leningrad, studying with the best masters of painting.
The landscape as a universal image of nature is always - directly or symbolically - present in the works of Alexander Pavlov. Inviting the viewer to his painterly world, he creates the atmosphere of warmth and intimacy and develops the images familiar to everyone from one’s childhood. The secret of Pavlov’s works’ charm is in their subtle spirituality, as well as their being full of light, air and color. His still lifes are rendered in the organic way, close to that of the landscapes. The world on Pavlov’s canvases is familiar to each one, ordinary and simple but at the same time appealing and poetic.
The exhibition will present the oeuvre of the last decades that reflects the evolution of the artist’s work from the nature study to the philosophical expression, from sketch to painting. The exhibition in the Marble palace will contain around 100 art works from the Russian museum and a private collection.
The exhibition is supported by:
Vladimir Yakushev, Governor of Tyumen district
Natalia Shevchik, Deputy Governor of Tyumen district
Sergey Korepanov, Chairman of Tyumen Regional Duma
300 roubles – full ticket
150 roubles – reduced-rate tickets (for school ticket, college students, retirement pensioners)