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Pool. Greece

48.00"W x 32.00"H x 0.1"D

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Medium: Print

Subject Tags: on the water, greece, pool, blue

Media: acrylic print on paper

Size: 48"W x 32"H x 0.07"D

Year Created: 2009

Acrylic print. The artwork printed on the hight quality italian drawing paper Fabriano. All paperworks signed and numbered. The certificate of authenticity is attached.

Born in 1964 and raised in Moscow, Andrey Odinzzov descends from a genealogical tree of several generations of artists. His grandfather, Vladimir Odintsov a well-known Russian artist, huge Master of Russian realism Fine Art school, one of founder the New Soviet Fine Art from the 1930’s-50’s. He belonged to a group of artists of the constructive realism style such as Pimenov, Deineka, Samokhvalov, Nisskiy. His father, Vladimir Odintsov, an impressionist artist from the 1950’s-1970’s, many involved in education and training his son, gave him the first lessons in drawing. Andrey Odintsov was brought up in an atmosphere of high professional art, received the first skills and a genuine interest in art from his parents. Graduated of the Fine Art college in a memory of 1905 in Moscow a faculty of graphical design. Throughout his education Andrey Odinzzov acquired an excellent school of classical art in the field of drawing, painting, plastic anatomy and art history. After graduating from college, he working in graphic design, does not cease to paint. He paints landscapes in the tradition of French artists 19th-20th centuries. He is fond of Italian artist Giorgio Morandi from the 1960’s. In the 1990’s participates in exhibitions in Moscow. In 1995 Andrey Odinzzov joined the Union of Artists of Russia. In 1996 creates the design studio of graphic design Pioneerdesign. He returned to creativity in 2008, to discover new perspectives in the direction of Contemporary Art.

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