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Doshlygin Alexander Victorovich (1953 - ...)  Click to play

Alexander Doshlygin was born in 1953 in the village of Svergino. He studied at the Palekh Art School from 1968-1975, where his teachers were V.I. Golov, A.V. Borunov, and K.S. Semeykin. He began working at the Palekh Art Works in 1975, immediately after his graduation. He later became a member of the Artists' Union in 1989.

His miniatures are on such themes as "The Lay of Igor's Campaign", "Stepan Razin", "Tale of the Golden Fish", "The Tsar's Bride", and other folklore inspired compositions. He has exhibited since 1984, and his works are on display in the State Museum of Palekh Art. Doshlygin is also involved in mural painting.

Reference: page 304 of Feoktistova T.E., 1999, "OGI", Moscow, 5-900241-63-7 ,

Reference: page 192 of Pirogova L., 1994, "PALEKH HISTORY AND MODERN TIME", ISKUSSTVO, ROSKNIGA, Moscow, ISBN 5-210-01301-4

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