Cozy Past in Romantic and Nostalgic Paintings by Philipp Kubarev

Philipp Kubarev is the artist who soulfully depicts familiar images of the Soviet past, bringing back its warmth and romantic appeal. Nothing special – drinks, food, interiors… but it seems you feel the taste of those painted dishes, bubbles of champagne in the glass…

Member of the Moscow Artists Union (1998). In 1987, he finished the Moscow secondary school of arts under the Moscow State Art Institute named after V. Surikov. In 1991- 1993, he was studying in the Krasnoyarsk State Art Institute, and then until 1998 was a student of the Moscow State Art Institute named after V. Surikov. Member of more than one hundred exhibitions held all over Russia and in Moscow. The artist’s works can be found in many private collections.

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