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Oleg Ardimasov

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Oleg  Ardimasov Street and Town Ples_Original oil painting_ paintings_ artwork_ art_ fine art_ Impressionism_ landscape_ forest
Street and Town Ples
9 x 12 in
$ 1,700
 
Oleg  Ardimasov Winter Road_Original oil painting_ paintings_ artwork_ art_ fine art_ Impressionism_ winter_ snow_ road_ trees_ forest_ russian art_ russia
Winter Road
20 x 28 in
$ 4,425
 
Oleg  Ardimasov Bath Houses_ original oil_ painting_ art_ fine art_ plein air_ impressionism_ Russia_ landscape_ landscape paintings_ plein air paintings
Bath Houses
20 x 28 in
$ 3,900
 
Oleg  Ardimasov Spring Breeze_ Plein air_ Russia_ fine art_ original oil_ landscape paintings_ springtime_ impressionism_ plein air paintings
Spring Breeze
20 x 28 in
$ 3,900
 

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Oleg  Ardimasov

Oleg Ardimasov

Oleg Ardimasov Biography

Oleg Ardimasov was born in the village of Lermontovka, in the Khabarovsk region of Russia. As a young artist, Oleg studied visual arts under Anfisa Burkova. After nine years of training,  he entered the Irkutsk Art School in 1953. There he studied under artistic talents Alexander Savinykh, Alexey Zhibinov, and Arkady Vychugzhanin. This schooling gave Oleg a strong foundation in drawing, painting, and composition. In 1958, Oleg was accepted to Surikov Art Institute in Moscow where he studied with famous teachers and artists such as Michael Aleksich, Peter Suvorov, Mikhail Matorin, Yuri Rayner, Mikhail Cheremnykh, Eugene Kibrik, Valery Skuridin, Nikolai Ponomarev, Oleg Savostyuk, Boris Uspensky, and Boris Dekhterev.

After graduation from the institute and graduate school, Oleg passed along his artistic skill by teaching at the institute. Throughout his stint as a teacher from 1973-2001, Oleg held the position of Dean of Graphics, Graphics Chair, and Dean of Academic Affairs. Currently, he is a professor of Drawing, Studio Theatre, and Fine Art.

The works of Oleg Ardimasov can be found in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow along with many other Russian museums and private collections in Russia, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, England, the United States, Canada, Italy, Switzerland, France, Indonesia, Japan, and South Korea.

To honor his successfull and creative works, Oleg was awarded a Diploma and Medal of the Russian Academy of Arts, and Diplomas of the Union of Artists of Russia.

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