5. June 2018, duotone, pencil on paper, 29.6cm x 20.7cm. June 2018.
2. Dom Melnikov. July 2018. 21cm x 29.6cm. Pencil on paper. June 2018.
3. Egg House. June 2018. Duotone. Pencil on paper, 29.7cm x 20.7cm. June 2018.
4. Statue to the Saints Methodius and Cyril, June 2018,. Duotone, pencil on paper, 20.5cm x 29.7cm. June 2018.
6. Na Maroseika. June 2018. Duotone, pencil on paper. 29.7cm x 21cm. June 2018.
1. Chistiye Prudy Metro, 35.5cm x 22 cm. Duotone, pencil on paper. June 2018
7. Lyubanka. June 2018. Duotone, pencil on paper. 29.6cm x 20.8cm. June 2018.
8. 2-ya Frunzenskaya Ulitsa looking down towards the river. Duotone, ink, pencil and charcoal on paper. 29.6 cm x 20.8 cm.
9. St. Clement’s Church, Moscow, from KFC cafe. Duotone, pencil on paper, 20.7cm x 29.7cm. May 2018.
10. Luzhniki Sports Stadium, Moscow pencil on paper, 20.7cm x 29.7cm. July 2018.
11. Prospect Mir Metro. oil pastel on paper, 20.7cm x 29.7cm. July 2018.
12. Prospect Mir. Pen & ink plus oil pastels on paper. 29.7cm x 15cm. July 2018.


Krimsky Val Oil on Canvas. 60 x 80 cm. Moscow 2012


Academicheskaya. Oil on canvas. 100 x 100 cm. 2006


Taganskaya. Oil on canvas, 80 x 60 cm. 2008


Skaters at Patriashi Prudy. Acrylics on canvas. 50 x 40 cm. 2009


Dvorik na Sadovaya Kudrinskaya. Oils on canvas. 70 x 60. 2008.


Gostiny Dvor. Charcoal on paper. 60 x 85 cm. 1988


Moraseika. Charcoal on paper55 x 75 cm. 1982


Patriashy Prudi in Summer. 60 x 35 cm. Oil on canvas. 2006
Pyatnitskaya. Acrylics on card. 40 x 30 cm. 2008


Ulitsa Shvernika. Oil on canvas. 100 x 100 cm. 1989. SOLD


Sokol Fire Station. 70 x 100cm, oils on canvas, Moscow 2011


Metro VDNK. Acrylics on board, 70 x 50 cm. 2011


Smog in Moscow. Pastels on paper. 70 x 50cm. Moscow


Teply Stan. Oil on canvas. 80 x 40. 2004


Angliski Kvartal. Charcoal on paper. 70 x 30 cm. 2001


Balotnaya Ploschad. Oil on card. 51 x 71. 1991


2 thoughts on “Moscow”

  1. Appears to be a very deep and interesting artist. The drawings convey the sense of Moscow we know from TV and books, but there is a “my town” quality about them. He is putting down what he knows so that the images do not seem foreign. A very brave and touching style.

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