Painter. Member of the Union of artists of the USSR.
Born in 1928 in Leningrad. His father was an artist and from an early age nurtured in his son a love of painting and art. Childhood Mark Kremer was held in the beautiful city of Pushkin, the house was always full of guests – famous artists from all over the Soviet Union. This largely determined the choice of profession of young Mark.
In 1952 he graduated from Leningrad higher art-industrial school named after Mukhina. Since 1956 – member of the Artists Union of the USSR. Today he is one of the most talented and famous masters of modern Russian fine arts.
The artist works in various genres: landscape, still life, portrait and narrative painting. His landscapes made in the best traditions of Russian masters of the landscape, such as Kuindzhi, Borisov-Musatov and Rylov.
Mark Kramer writes the "heart". His landscapes of the beauty of the Russian hinterland simple and natural as life itself. In them the freshness of the air and the sinking feeling of comfort of the Russian countryside are juxtaposed with a sense of the vastness of Russia.
Works of Mark Kremer are in many famous private collections in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev, Prague, Berlin, Bonn, London, Tokyo, Washington, new York, Chicago, San Francisco, etc.; his work successfully sold at auction in the UK, Germany, Spain, France, Switzerland and Japan.