Alex Egorov

ALEXANDER EGOROV - the corresponding member of the International Academy of Culture and Art, the member of the Union of Artists at UNESCO.

Alexander Egorov was born in 1967 in the city Kropotkin, Russia.
Following his graduation from the Moscow Art College and Moscow University of Art In 1992, Alexander subsequently enrolled in the Union of Artists at UNESCO and took part in regular expositions of this Union.

In 1993 the Union Gallery exhibitions were shown in several capital towns in Cyprus. As a result of these exhibitions, Alexander's Moscow collection became influenced with the imagery of the antiquity he observed built by the invading crusaders.

His creative work has developed with a sense of theme whilst at the same time echoing symbolic realism and combining an Art Nouveau artistic flavor influenced from his art education in Kalinin Moscow Art academy (1982-1987).

Fantastical symbolism and the depiction of biblical plots were the central themes of his two exhibitions in 1995 and 1996. The paintings attracted considerable media attention. A critic wrote:-

''... Alexander Egorov's canvas ''The Wind from the North'''' is extremely interesting. This perfect fantasy canvas is characterized by a mystic northern light. The artist dexterously presents us with the images of elephants, plodding through the ice and travelers with a spyglass" - Nash Izograf. Nonna Сristy.

"The artist has depicted his own dreams. One of the paintings, entitled ''''Grossbayer''', depicts the a struggle between two worlds: one big and merciful and the other small and malicious...'' - Sobesednik. Nikolai Fokht.

In 1995 at the «Golden Paintbrush» competition, held in the Central House of Artists, Alexander was awarded a prize for the triptych ''''Flowers'''', dedicated to the Great Patriotic War.

The following year his hyper realistic floral works were displayed in the Department of the Corps Diplomatique at the request of the ambassador of Ecuador Juan Salazara Sancisi. The exhibition was dedicated to the 124th anniversary of the Battle of Pichins.

In 1999 Alexander created a collection of still lives under the title "Vanitas" for an annual exhibition at Art Manege, entitled 'The Eurasian Zone' and the floral theme was put aside for the moment . The period between 1999 and 2002 was characterized by a return to the Art Nouveau style.

During this period he was commissioned to create a work for John Nilson, a