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Koki Makharadze birth in Ochamchire, Georgia. He graduated from Ap. Kutateladze Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 1953. Since 1973, he has been teaching at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. Important works: “Suvorov and Bagration in the Alps” (1952), “Battle of Aspindze (1961)”, large…

Ucha Japaridze is one of the important figures in the development of Georgian fine art of the 20th century. His diverse and productive heritage always responded to all the important events of the life of that time. Ucha Japaridze’s works are distinguished both by the…

Mose Toidze – Painter, graphic designer, People’s Artist of the USSR (1953), Academician of the Academy of Arts of the USSR (1947), Professor of the Tbilisi Academy of Arts (1922), one of the founders of the new Georgian painting. He studied at the St. Petersburg…

In 1947, Georgy Totibadze begins to study arts and painting at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts with teacher Ucha Japaridze, before receiving his diploma in 1953. In 1959, he obtained the title of professor and created his own artist workshop. He has been named…

Sculptor, graphic artist, book illustrator, and professor  at the Tbilisi Academy of Arts, Gogi Ochiauri was a representative of the 1950s  pleiades of the Georgian sculptors whose creative activity was mostly dominated by the search for  motives and characters  expressing national identity.    Among his  monumental…

After Graduating Tbilisi Economical Institute, in 1922 young Korneli Sanadze started classes in Mose Toidze Public Art Studio. In 1924 he entered Tbilisi State Academy of Fine Arts, where he attended lectures of E. Lancere, I. Sharleman, G .Gabashvili, E, Tatevosian. From 1934 he started…

A sculptor, painter, graphic artist and book illustrator, Elguja Amashukeli, like other sculptors of his pleiade, authored the icons with strong national identity in monumental urban sculpture.  His kings as well as the symbolic and allegorical statuary:  Vakhtang Gorgasali, Mother of All Georgians, A Tiger…

Guram (Khita) Kutateladze was born in the family of famous Georgian painter and rector (1959–1972) of Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Apolon Kutateladze. He studied at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1940-1942, 1946) and the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (1942-1946). His…

Tengiz Mirzashvili was born in 1934 in Svanetia region. In 1958 graduated the Academy of Fine Arts in Tbilisi faculty of Theater an Decorative Arts.  He was passionate about Georgian landscapes and the history of his country and created series of landscapes and genre paintings. …

Alexander Berdysheff – draftsman, painter, designer and photographer, graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 1988. In 1990 he completed an internship at Glasgow School of the Arts (Macintosh) (Scotland). Alexander Berdysheff created a completely original artistic world with a strange mix of modernism…

Henryk Hryniewski was a Polish-Georgian painter, graphic artist, and illustrator. He was also known as a scholar and an educator of traditional Georgian architecture. He was arrested and put to death during Joseph Stalin’s Great Purge. Few of his original work survive. Hryniewski was born…

Alexander Florensky – painter, graphic artist and ceramicist, Alexander Florensky was born in 1960 in Leningrad, in the family of artists. In 1982 he graduated from the Ceramics Department of the Vera Mukhina Higher Art and Industrial School in Leningrad. He was one of the…

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