Alexander Vyadkin

1922 -

Alexander Vyatkin was born in the Ural city of Sarapul, USSR.

Alexander's initial art education was received at the The Perm School of Art from 1937 to 1941 within the workshop of the Ural painter M.A.Semchenko. M.A.Semchenko was trained by I. I. Levitan.

He participated in the Great Patriotic War.

In 1952, Alexander graduated from Kharkov Academy of
Design and Arts.

Alexander is currently a professor at the Kharkov Academy of Design and Arts.

He is an Honorary Member of the National Union of Artists in Ukraine and a member of the board of the Kharkov Organization of Artists.

Alexander's works can be found in several countries around the world, including; France, USA, Japan, England, Italy, Turkey, Canada, Germany, Spain and Cuba.

 

Works by Alexander Vyadkin

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