Fedorov Oleg (b.1959) - Signed 1995 Watercolour, Nizhny Novgorod Peasant
DescriptionInscription on the reverse reads 'Peasant woman in festive costume from Nizhny Novgorod, first half of the 19th century.' The artwork is also neatly monogrammed, signed, and dated. Well presented in a teal mount. On wove.
In fine condition.
32.3 x 22.3cm (12.7" x 8.8")
Sulis Fine Art is proud to present a set of meticulously detailed studies of 19th Century Russian peasants by the Russian artist Fedorov Oleg.
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Born in 1959 in the North of Russia, Fedorov is known for his attention to alluring and intricate details. He studied at Cheboksary Art College from 1976-1978, and in 1984 went on to graduate from the Moscow Higher Art-Industrial School (formerly Stroganov), specializing in the restoration of easel and monumental painting.
Fedorov is a member of the Professional-Creative Union of artists and the International Federation of Artists of UNESCO.
His paintings are in the private collections of Patriarch Alexei II, M. Zhvanetsky, V. Chernomyrdin, A. Shirvindt.
He has frequently exhibited across eastern Europe since 1988 and boasts a total of 18 solo exhibitions in Russia and abroad - Germany, USA, Spain, and Japan.
|Artist||Fedorov Oleg (b.1959)|
|Dimensions||32.3 x 22.3cm|
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