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(Gregory Tzeplakov -tayojniy) was born in Moscow in 1943. After graduation, he worked at the Methodological Fund of the Moscow State Art Institute named afterIN AND.Surikova.In 1968, Tsyplakov-Taezhny entered the MPHI named afterIN AND.Surikova on the picturesque department, graduating from him in 1974 in the workshop of prof.Tsyplakova V. G. After graduation in 1975, a creative business trip to the north, to the Vologda and Arkhangelsk regions, took place.In the following time, the artist made many creative trips, business trips to collect the material, in order to work in the open air, the creation of field studies.The geography of these trips covers various regions of the country: the Volga region, Prikamye, Altai, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Murmansk, Bryansk, Pskov, Penza and other areas.Since 1976, the artist’s works have been constantly exhibited at Moscow, All -Russian, All -Union exhibitions.An important feature of the artist’s creative personality is his constant participation in charitable exhibitions.The most noticeable of these impressions was the first exhibition to help the reconstruction of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior (1994), in charity exhibitions at the Oncology Center in Moscow (1995-1996).The artist Tsyplakov-taiga G.V.Icons were written for the iconostasis of the Virgin Monastery in Moscow, on the creation of which he worked in 1994-2003Tsyplakov-taiga G.P.It is a constant exhibition of exhibitions of a creative association & quot; Russian painting & quot;.The works of the artist Tsyplakov-Taezhny G.V.There are in domestic museum meetings, as well as in private collections of our country and abroad.Grigory Viktorovich Tsyplakov-Tayozhny (1943, Moscow) Graduated from the Surikov Moscow Art Institute in 1974 (Studio of Professor V.G. Tsyplakov).In 1980 Became a Mamber of the Artists & Rsquo;Union of the Ussr.Works Are in Private Collections in Russia and Abroad.

Lot No. 2146
Oak trees.Cardboard, oil.35 x …
80 000.00