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Boris Fogel was born in Dagestan. After his father’s death, his family moved to Tbilisi (1878). He graduated from Tbilisi Gymnasium. In 1891, he continued his studies at the Law Faculty of Moscow University; 1896-1997 He studied at the Julien Academy in Paris; 1897-1902 –…

Natalia Phalavandishvili, a Georgian painter, graphic artist, and book illustrator, graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy of Art in 1945, where she studied under Joseph Charlemagne and Lado Grigolia. During her studies, she began working on book illustrations, children’s magazines, and landscapes, primarily using watercolour…

Giorgi Keshelava, better known as Gigi, was a painter, sculptor, and graphic designer who lived in Tbilisi from 1932 to 1993. His creative path began at the Youth Palace, where he studied painting and drawing under the guidance of Grigol Meskhi.Giorgi Keshelava continued his studies…

Iosif Charlemagne was Russian classical artist , painter, scenographer, Honored Artist of Georgian Art, professor. His father, Adolphe Charlemagne, was a famous artist. He studied at the St. Petersburg Art Academy with Rubo. He collaborated with magazines: “Worl of Art” , “Appolo”, “Lukomorie (Лукоморье)”, “Satiricon…

Vera Beletskaya was a graphic artist and an honorary artist of the USSR. She was of Russian origin, born in Tbilisi in 1914, and attended the Tbilisi Academy of Art, from which she graduated in 1937. Her primary areas of focus were illustration and landscapes.…

Badri Lomsianidze was born in Kutaisi, Georgia. After graduating Kutaísi School of Fine Arts and then Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design, B. Lomsianidze continues his career in Spain.Badri Lomsianidze is a multidisciplinary artist who studied fine arts, namely textile design. From…

Famous Georgian pianist, composer, conductor and artist. Born in 1941 August 21 in the family of Andria Balanchivadze, a prominent Georgian composer. He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory, where his teachers were the famous musicians Lev Oborin and Maria Yudina. Since early childhood, he has…

Dimitri Khahutashvili belongs to the generation of Georgian artists of the 1950s. He was born in 1927 in Tbilisi. In 1953, he graduated from the faculty of easel painting at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, where his teachers were notable representatives of Georgian art…

Gela Philauri was born on May 8, 1961 in Gori, Georgia. In 1976-1980 he studied in M. S. Tuganov Arts professional School, Tskhinvali, then at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, in 1981-1987. Gela Philauri is a member of many creative associations – since 1986…

Already at the beginning of her creative path, In the 1950s, Dinara Nodia introduced a new style into Georgian graphics. Her series depicting industrialization, the pathos of labor and the advancement of socialist society, were based on the principles of avant-garde cinema and the aesthetics of…

In 1979 Temur Chkhutishvili graduated from I. Nikoladze Art School. He worked as a main artist at the State Theater of Satire and Humor after graduating from the Fine Arts Academy (1986). Later he worked at Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Pedagogical Institute as a teacher. He systematically…

Temo Machavariani was born on May 16, 1944, in Tbilisi. In 1975 he graduated from Tbilisi State Arts Academy, Faculty of Fine Arts. In 1978-81 he worked in the creative workshop at Tbilisi Fine Arts Academy. Since 1970, he has actively participated in exhibitions both…

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