Azat Galimov

Azat Galimov

, Russian Federation
Email: artazat@azatgalimov.com

Galimov Azat was born August 6, 1958 in Kazan, Russia.

Lives and works in St. Petersburg.

Graduated from V. Mukhina Leningradsky Art and Industrial Academy, now St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry of A.L. Stieglitz.

Member of St. Petersburg Union of Artists, Section of Painting.
In 2007 was included in the Catalogue “Best Artists of Russia”.
His works are presented in private collections in different countries.

Follower of the Realistic school of Art. Works a lot and very actively.
The main bias of the artist is towards urban landscape. Here the painter’s
talent uncovers itself most brilliantly. Regardless of the city and the country, Azat feels and conveys on the canvas all the notes of harmony, beauty and
atmosphere of the place he works in. His landscapes are painted with great
love and are filled with exceptional ease, realism and psychological insight.
While travelling over the different countries of the world the artist makes
numerous sketches and draws studies.

He worked in Finland, Turkey, Montenegro, China, Bulgaria, drew landscapes and
portraits, participated in various exhibitions. He participated in the exhibitions
of Leningradsky Union of Artists on many occasions.
Member since September 2009
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