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WaterhouseGallery Serge Marshennikov
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Soft, Dark & Rainy Blue
2
0 x 13 Oil $17000

Serge Marshennikov Biography

Serge Marshennikov was born in 1971 in Ufa, Bashkiria, When he was young Serge was always drawing, painting and sculpting from any material he could lay his hands on. His Mother encouraged Serge to study and from early childhood and he had a succession of private teachers and art studies he attended.

Serge continued education at one of the most prestigious art academies in the world, The Repin Academy of Fine Art in St. Petersburg, Russia.
As one of the most talented graduates of the academy, Serge did his post graduate studies at the studio of the Academician, Rector of the Academy, Professor Milnikov.

Serge's first solo exhibition was in the gallery "Sangat" of his native UFA in 1995, the year of his graduation from the college. The show was a success and Serge was invited to exhibit at the Artists' Union gallery. Since that time Serge has exhibited on a semi-annual basis, showing his works to his collectors and piers in both St Petersburg and Ufa.
Serge's graduation work caught the eye of a Brownwood University faculty member as well as Hardin-Simmons University. Serge, during his post-graduate years, also exhibited in the prestigious art departments of those Universities.

More recently, Serge's paintings have been sold through important art auctions, including famous Christie's of London and Bonham's in Knightsbridge. His work is in much demand and his prices are constantly rising. Serge's paintings are held in the Museum of Modern Art (El Paso), in The Grace Museum (Abilene), and in many important private collections in Russia, England, Denmark, France and Japan.
Russian artist Serge Marshennikov's delicate original female oil portraits capture the hearts of collectors all over the globe.

Please call 805-962-8885 or email us (art@waterhousegallery.com) For more details.

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