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Boris shapiro (1968) russian painter (a c )

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Boris shapiro (1968) russian painter (a c )

  1. 1. 28.06.13 07:55 PM
  2. 2. Boris Shapiro was born in 1968 in Lvov,Ukraine. He completed his studies in 1985 at the Lvov Fine Art School where he specialized in antiq restoration.Upon his release from the army in 1987 he began working in his field, wich greatly influienced the progress of his carrer. Following his immigration to Israel in 1991, he enrolled in the Graphic Departament of the Visual Arts College in Beer Sheva. After experimenting with different media and styles, Boris began developing his naïve style based upon the 16th -17th century Small Dutch School of the likes of Petre Broegel. Having come from the non-humorous, non-individualistic, former Soviet union, Boris expresses the humor, irony, and simplicity of life. His portraits are whimsical; the colors are usually earth tones, symbolizing the down to carthiness of everday life. Even such worldy “events” like the story of Noah and the Ark, Jonah and the Whale, etc. take upon themselves simple earthly expression, as the common people of the 17th century would have envisioned.

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