Friday, May 27, 2011

Natalia Repina

Name: Natalia Repina
Bio: Natalia Repina was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1967, where she attended the Middle Art School from 1979 until 1985.She studied painting at the Repin Institute of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture (The Academy of Fine Arts ) graduating in 1991 in “easel painting”. She taught Graphic Arts until 1997 at the Architectural Construction Institute in St. Petersburg. In 2002 began to teach painting at the Primo Levi University, Bologna,Italy; since 2006 she has been teaching Fine Arts at the Oil Painting School in Bologna. Natalia Repina has been exhibiting internationally since 1989. Since 1998 she became a member of the Russian Artists’ Union and various art associations in Italy and USA. Her work is to be found in Museum of Scientific Research with the Fine Arts Academy, and the Museum F.M. Dostoevskij, both in St. Petersburg, Russia;and in private collections in Italy, China, India, Finland, France, Germany, Russia, Spain and the USA
Repina received an Honorable Mention in the Portrait/Figure Category, the Pastel 100 Competition organized by the Pastel Journal, in 2010.
She is included in the International Dictionary of Artists 2011.
Medium: Pastel, oil, pencil.
Publications: Painting and Design by Natalia Repina, Petropol Publishing, St Petersburg, 2006;
Subjects: Figurative; Landscapes.
Style: Representational- impressionistic.
Navigation: This website is in Italian and in English.
Gallery: Figurative Composition (Sub-galleries 1988-1999; 2000-2009) – these are all oil paintings; Landscapes (Sub-galleries 1988-1999; 2000-2009) - all are oils; Works on the paper support (Sub-galleries 1988-1999; 2000-2009) – these are pastels, with some graphite and a single watercolour.
Image View: Thumbnails enlarge in a slideshow, with full information on medium and dimension of original. There is a facility to enlarge the images further in a new window; download is not possible. Twilight on the river Reno is 32 x 46 cms.
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