| Full information about the artist |
|First Name ||Stanislav|
|Last Name ||BRUSILOV|
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|He was born on January 06, 1976 in Moscow, in an artist's family.
From 1987 to 1994, he studied at the Moscow Academic Art Lyceum at V. I. Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute. Workshop of V. I. Borisov.
From 1994 to 2004, he studied at the Faculty of Painting of V. I. Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute. Workshop of Professor V. N. Zabelin.
In 2000, he graduated with honours from V. I. Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute. His graduate work was dedicated to Russian North.
Since 2001, he has been working at the Russian Academy of Arts. Creative painting workshop of Academicians and National Artists A. P. Tkachev and S. P. Tkachev.
In 1997, he won the scholarship of Kunsttwege and probation at the Academy of Arts in Karlsruhe (Germany).
Since 2000, Stanislav Brusilov is a member of the Moscow Artists Union.
Stanislav Brusilov won two scholarships awarded by the President of Russian Federation.
This artist won diplomas and medals of the Russian Academy of Arts and Russian Artists Union.
In 2005, he won the grant of the Second P. M. Tretyakov All-Russian Young Artists Competition held by the State Tretyakov Gallery.
This artist took part in more than forty Russian and foreign exhibitions.
The works of S. A. Brusilov decorate the collections of Citibank in Moscow and London, Bank of Hawaii, Surgut Oil and Gas Company, museums, galleries and private collections in Russia and more than twenty countries of the world.
The works of this artist are published in albums Landscapes. Russian Art. Grand Collection and Portraits. Russian Art. Grand Collection by Belyi Gorod Publishers, in the catalogues issued by the State Tretyakov Gallery, as well as in other albums, catalogues, and issues.
1994 - Group exhibition in Basel (Switzerland)
1994 - Group exhibition of student works at the Central Art Workers House
1994 - Exhibition of student works at V. I. Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute
1995 - Exhibition at Andalusian Cultural Centre in Barcelona (Spain)
1995 - Exhibition of winners of the First Russian Student Youth Exhibition at the Artist House in Gogolevskiy Boulevard
1996 and 2003 - Exhibitions at the Central Artist House in Moscow
1996 - Moscow Palette exhibition of members of the Moscow Artists Union and Hope Community
1996 - Exhibition at Citibank in Moscow
1996 - Reality Texture group exhibition at the Central Artist House in Moscow
1997 - Exhibition at the Art Academy in Stuttgart (Germany)
1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 - Group exhibitions at Minor Manege exhibition hall in Moscow
2000 - Group exhibition of the Moscow Artists Union at the Central Artist House in Krymskiy Val, Moscow
2001 - All-Russian Youth Exhibition at the Central Artist House in Moscow
2003 - Group exhibition at the Central Artist House
2003 - Personal exhibition at Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel in Moscow
2004 - Retrospective exhibition dedicated to the 70-th anniversary of the Moscow Artists Union at the Grand Manege in Moscow
2004 - Exhibition at Walls Gallery in Washington (USA)
2004 - Tenth All-Russian Exhibition
2004 - Exhibition of P. M. Tretyakov All-Russian Young Artists Competition at the State Tretyakov Gallery
2005 - Group exhibition at the Mayor's Office in Moscow
2005 - Group exhibition in South Korea
2005 - Exhibition of finalists of the Second P. M. Tretyakov All-Russian Young Artists Competition at the State Tretyakov Gallery
2005 - Personal exhibition at the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2005 - Personal exhibition at the Mayor's Office in Moscow
| Style Realism|
|A style of painting which depicts subject matter (form, color, space) as it appears in actuality or ordinary visual experience without distortion or stylization. In a general sense, refers to objective representation. More specifically, a nineteenth century movement, especially in France, that rejected idealized academic styles in favor of everyday subjects. Daumier, Millet, and Courbet were realists.|
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