Andrew Abramov

b. 1963



Landscapes & Cityscapes


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About the Artist

Andrew was born in Moscow, in 1963. He graduated from Moscow High Art and Industrial Institute (former Stroganovskoe) as a restorer of decorative art (Russian icons and frescos). For a number of years he worked as a restorer for the Russian State museums. His specialty was XVII century icons and frescoes.

Andrew started his exhibition activity in 1989 in Moscow. Among most prestigious show he participated living in Russia were Annual Exhibitions of The Russian Art Union and annual “Gold Brush” exhibition.
In 1996 he immigrated in the U.S., His paintings were presented at the art shows in Kent, CT, Brooklyn, NY, and at the two latest personal - in Shreveport, LA.

For many years he was experimenting with different techniques and mediums, creating contemporary realism painting. Now, he concentrates more on egg tempera technique.* Subjects include Landscapes, Cityscapes and Figurative.
Andrew lives in Chicago area, Illinois.

* Egg tempera is a classical medium that pre-dates oil paint. In its simplest form it consists of pure ground pigment mixed with egg yolk, forming transparent colors which are applied in layers over a rigid white surface, such as gessoed board. Each layer must be brushed on from a different direction in order to not lift the paint beneath. Light passes through the layers of paint and is reflected back from the white ground, resulting in a luminous effect peculiar to this medium.


Group: Kent Caboose Gallery, Kent CT (1998)
Group: SURF ART Exchange Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (1998)
Personal: Casa d’Arte Gallery, Shreveport, LA (2000)
Personal: Casa d’Arte Gallery, Shreveport, LA (2001)
Group: Tonks Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT (2013)
Group: SLCC 2013 President's Art Show, Salt Lake City, UT