Merab Abramishvili was a member of the generation of the 1980s. In 1981, he graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. His own artistic style was quickly identified. Interest in medieval frescoes and oriental miniatures, as well as monumental forms and exquisite decoration…And an incredibly skilled fusion of monumental, ornamental, and delicate imagery. This is the artistic credo of Merab Abramishvili, and all of his creations appear to be replicas of the various forms he has chosen on his creative path. Abramishvili applied the Medieval Era levkas technique and achieved the characteristic depiction of a fresco in easel painting.
In 2013, a Sotheby’s auction featured Merab Abramishvili’s works for the first time. The artist’s success has been recognized on a large scale, and his works have since been auctioned in other international auctions.