6, Maly Tolmachevsky Lane, building 1
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Oleg Pavlov (born in 1921) belongs to an ancient dynasty of artists: his great-grandfather was a great landscape-painter Alexey Savrasov, his grandfather was a well-known photographer who had fixed an artistic life of Moscow at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries.
Oleg Pavlov is an artist, a teacher, a researcher, who continues in painting traditions of the Russian realistic school.
He gave much attention to copying the Old Russian mosaics and frescos.
The artiste has developed an innovative method of the thermophosphatic painting, allowing to achieve the firmness of colour on the facades of buildings, which is very important for the monumental painting, and has proved efficiency of the technique in lists of monasteries.
The exhibition will show different aspects of the master’s creative work: drawing, painting, sketches for monumental painting for churches.