Aleksandr Ustinov (born September 16, 1959) is a renowned Russian artist known for his oil paintings, watercolors, and graphic works. He is known for his exceptionally intricate and vivid style which is heavily inspired by the stunning Russian landscape of his homeland. He also often includes symbols of traditional Russian folklore in his work. He has been widely exhibited in Russia and Europe, including the British Museum in London and the Pushkin State Museum in Moscow. Some of his most renowned works include the oil paintings The Bluebird of Happiness and The White Night, as well as the watercolor piece Morning in Ustinov.
Russian art, folkloric painting, landscape painting, Aleksandr Ustinov.
— Mei Wang
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