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Alexander Dubov

From 1965 to 1988 Dubov’s career caused him to travel extensively around Russia capturing different landscapes on his canvas. Noted for their wonderful compositions and rich application of intense colors, Dubov’s works were proclaimed a triumph in every city and town where he traveled. He was recognized, rewarded and his unique paintings collected into the regional museums. His mastery of technique built through many years of discipline... Show More

From 1965 to 1988 Dubov’s career caused him to travel extensively around Russia capturing different landscapes on his canvas. Noted for their wonderful compositions and rich application of intense colors, Dubov’s works were proclaimed a triumph in every city and town where he traveled. He was recognized, rewarded and his unique paintings collected into the regional museums. His mastery of technique built through many years of discipline inspired Dubov to experiment with color and application always coming up with unique original solutions. Russian art historians note that Dubov, by painting so many different territories, celebrates the Russian landscape. His images are unique, the artist never painting the same place twice.

During his lifetime, he was recognized as a great master of plein air painting with his works inducted into the Tretyakov State Gallery in Moscow and the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. By the early 1990’s his work was exposed to an international audience, many pieces selling at auctions in France and collected by art enthusiasts worldwide

This illustrious career began with the Alexander’s birth in the Tver region of Russia. His parents, both teachers, observed their son’s natural talent and arranged for him to attend the Art College at Ivanovsky in 1955. When he graduated in 1960, he traveled to Krasnoyarsk where he participated in the State young artists program until 1963. From there he was accepted in the class of the famous master painter K.M. Maksimov at the Union of Artists in the ancient golden ring town of Pereslavl Zaleski.

1964 brought Dubov back to the Tver region when he stayed at the Academic Dacha as a student of V.F. Tokarev. He was inducted into the Union of Artist and acknowledged as an Honored Artist of the Soviet Union. His years of hard work and discipline paid off as he garnered award after award and was asked to produce important works for major State exhibitions in Moscow, the work leading to his travels throughout Russia and the peak of his career

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