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Julia
Mamontova

Russia 
born in 1980 •
 
artist, gallery owner
Artist in social media
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In her work, the artist Yulia Mamontova combines the best traditions of the classical Russian school of painting, ancient painting techniques (encaustic, oil painting on brass and canvas) with conceptual presentation. In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”

The study of the traditions of art from different countries, love for the historical heritage and life in all its manifestations, the continuous search for new images distinguish Julia among contemporary authors. The ability to notice details and be open to the world allows the master to transfer the subtlest nuances of the atmosphere onto the canvas, so the paintings by Yulia Mamontova, created in the style of “encaustic impressionism”, fill the viewer with love of life and inspire to get acquainted with the historical heritage. The popularization of forgotten knowledge, the revival of culture and art of different eras is one of the main themes of the artist's work. Julia, the great-granddaughter of the Russian merchant Vasily Mamontov, took the surname of her ancestors as a creative pseudonym. In her works, she shows how important history and traditions are for the transformation of the modern world. In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”

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Curiculum vitae

2020 I place in the International Exhibition-Competition Golden Time Talent United Kindom Award

2019 Awarded Artist of the Year at the International Art & Business Awards by Women's Times Magazine

2019 Internship in modern encaustics at Otis College of Art and Design (Los Angeles, USA). In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”

2019 advanced training MGHAI them. Surikova

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Works are in private collections in Russia, Greece, USA, Saudi Arabia. In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”

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