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Alexey Eremin
/1919-1998/

Alexey Eremin was a renowned Russian painter. He graduated from Institute of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture in Leningrad in 1951, studying under notable artists like Boris Ioganson, Boris Fogel, Semen Abugov, Alexander Debler, and Alexander Zaitsev. Eremine's paintings included genre and historical scenes, portraits, landscapes, and sketches from life. Eremine's work focused on the nature and people of the Russian North, Zaonezhye, and his painting style evolved from a manner similar to Leonid Turzhansky's to a broader stroke and greater decorative quality.

Alexey Eremine was a member of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists since 1951 and was part of the Leningrad organization of the Union of Artists until 1992. He passed away in 1998 at the age of eighty in St. Petersburg. Eremine's works are held in prestigious museums, including the State Russian Museum and the State Tretyakov Gallery, as well as private collections in Russia, Great Britain, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, and other countries.

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