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Bouquet of roses

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Aleksandr Dubrovskyy

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Aleksandr Dubrovskyy

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2020

Oil on canvas

Unique Work

Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 60cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 27.6" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Roses as if they were alive. Carefully collected in an elegant bouquet and carefully placed in a vase - just as they are.
Warm pink, white and emerald shades in which the picture is made, the romantic poetics of its plot - all this shows a gentle summer.
In the very center of the picture, we see a beautiful huge bouquet of pink flowers, delicate belles.
All flowers are filled with great vitality and love.

Artist: Aleksandr Dubrovskyy
Subject: Bouquet of roses
Work: Original Oil Painting, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind
Medium: oil on canvas
Year: 2020
Style: Impressionism
Size: 70 x 60 x 2 cm

Unframed, Stretched on Wooden stretcher, Ready to Hang.
The photos may differ from the original depending on the monitor that displays them.
The painting is shipped by courier in an impact-resistant box with a tracking number and artist certificate.
Signed on the front and back. Covered with varnish for the brightness of colors and preservation of painting for many years

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Artist Profile

Born: 1949

Hometown: Kiev

Based in: Kiev

Aleksandr Dubrovskyy (1949) is an award-winning Ukrainian artist whose works have been extensively exhibited on a national level, as well as in Algeria, Italy, Germany, Turkey, Japan, Russia, France, the United Kingdom, Poland, and India.
•1956-1965: Studies at the studio of fine arts in Enakievo (Ukraine)
•1969: Graduates from Kharkov State Art School (professor Tanpeter, Ukraine)
•1972-1984: Participated in numerous prestigious personal and collective exhibitions of the Soviet Union and abroad •1973-1975: Exhibitions of contemporary Soviet art(Tokyo, Kyushu, Japan)
•1973-1984: Creative trips to the art center of SEDNIV (Ukraine). Worked together with and learnt at the same time from
outstanding painters such as Konstantyn Lomykin, Fedor Zakharov, Nikolay Glushchenko, Viktor Shatalin, and
Tatyana Yablonskaya.
•1976-1985: Creative trips to the construction sites of the Far East, the Druzhba gas pipeline, to metallurgical plants. Painting of
this period was presented at the prestigious art exhibitions of the Soviet Union.
•1984-2021: Participated in personal and collective exhibition all around Ukraine and abroad
•1985-1993: International exhibitions of contemporary art (Algeria)
•1987: Member of National Union of Artists of Ukraine
•1992: An exhibition of artists of the St. Petersburg School of Painting (ARCOLE Gallery, Paris, France) •1995-2004: Designed & Created florentine mosaic panels at the Cathedral of Saint Mina (Alexandria |Mariot|, Egypt) •2003-2005: Designed & Created florentine mosaics in St.George's Cathedral of Vydubitsky Monastery (Kiev, Ukraine) •2007-2021: Exhibitions of Plein Air painting. All around Ukraine and abroad.
Works are represented in art museums of Ukraine, as well as private and foreign collections.


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