Alexander Volkov

Artwork

Distant Thunder

Alexander Volkov

Distant Thunder

Oil on Canvas

32 x 42 in

Moon Rose

Alexander Volkov

Moon Rose

Charcoal and Acrylic on Panel

34 x 24 in

Moonlight in Empty Rooms, 2019

Alexander Volkov

Moonlight in Empty Rooms, 2019

Oil on Canvas

32 x 48 in

The Voyage, 2019

Alexander Volkov

The Voyage, 2019

Oil on Canvas

28 x 38 in

ENIGMA

Alexander Volkov

ENIGMA

Oil on Canvas

36 x 48 in

Last of August

Alexander Volkov

Last of August

Oil on Canvas

24 x 42 in

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Alexander Volkov
Alexander Volkov is a Russian-American oil painter who was born in St. Petersburg in 1960 and has lived and worked in Hunterdon County for 25 years. He started painting with oil as a high school student. From the age of 7 to 17 he attended a special English school and in 1986 graduated from the Department of Physics at Leningrad State University. Following graduation, Alexander worked as an animator at Leningrad Studio of Science Films and later as a stage artist in a small Leningrad theatre. In 1981 he began to exhibit his paintings with a group of 200 Leningrad artists known as the “Brotherhood of Experimental Arts”, a conglomeration of “underground” art groups active in Leningrad at the time. Later, he joined a splinter group called “Ostrov” or “Island” which united 30 artists who felt that, ideologically, their work was neither socialist realism nor extreme avant garde. Onessimo Fine Art of Palm Beach exclusively represents Alexander Volkov. If you are interested in purchasing artwork or have any questions, please contact us.
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