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Sagdulla
Abdullaevich Abdullayev

Russia 
born in 1945
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Thesis in the CVC - sketches of scenery and costumes for the ballet Balasanyan "Leyli and Majnun", the evaluation - excellent. The training took place at the picturesque faculty, qualification: artist of the theatre.

Your journey as an artisan began at the Tashkent art school named after benkova. That was when he had a huge impact painting of the genius of the artist Vrubel. Under a deep impression of the works of the great master, the young artist creates work "Under the sound of Naya", "the Portrait of Alisher", "Dance", "fairy Tale", which clearly can be traced Vrubel style of mystery, of elusiveness and diversity of sensations. Knowing the basics of skill, Sagdulla Abdullayev continued his studies at the St. Petersburg Institute named after I. Repin at the Department of theatre and decorative art, where for final grown as an artist, writing deep of the picture. A deeper understanding of the beauty of the East author also helped the works of Navoi and Jami. It was after reading them he created songs like "Alisher Navoi and Husayn, Street in Herat", "Alisher Navoi in Samarkand", "Farewell to Samarkand", "the Portrait of Yassavi", "Baburid in India", the triptych "the Uzbek Renaissance", which clearly felt the spirit of medieval East. During his creative life S. Abdullayev brought up not one generation of Uzbek artists. And for many of his young colleagues first step into the medium of art began with the development of Abdullaevich style, which is distinguished by mystery, rich colors, unique style of the pen. Today academician of the Academy of arts of Uzbekistan, honored worker of arts, Professor continues to share his creative inspirations with the youth, teaching at the National Institute of arts and design named after Kamoliddin Bekhzod.

(author: Abduvali Egamberdiev)

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