Aleksandr Vasilevich Druzhkov (1939-2015) is a Russian artist who specialized in painting and graphics. He studied at the Moscow Art School, the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography, and the Surikov Art Institute, and trained under the celebrated artist Boris Ugarov. Druzhkov quickly gained fame in his native Russia and abroad in the 1960s and 70s for his unique, avant-garde approach to painting and graphic art, creating works that featured a combination of Eastern European classical traditions and modern, abstract realism. His most celebrated works include The Moscow River (1980), Moscow Boulevards (1985), Leningrad Bridge (1987), and Moscow Kremlin (1989).
Russian art, avant-garde, abstract realism, Druzhkov paintings.
— Mei Wang
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