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Atajan
Rejepovich Rejepov

Russia 
born in 1946
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Turkmen artist and teacher. Honored teacher of Russia. member of the Union of Artists of Russia.
He was born on June 10, 1946. He moved to Leningrad and has been living since 1967 after graduating from the Ashgabat Art School. Here he perfected his skills with great artists. Graduate of the Art and Graphic Department of the Leningrad State Pedagogical Institute named after A.I. Gertsen. He has participated in numerous exhibitions. Atajan Redzhepov is an honorary member of the "Mekan" Society of Turkmen Culture in St. Petersburg. He is also an honored teacher of Russia, a teacher who has brought up many talented artists and teachers of fine arts. Two main lines can be traced in the artist's works - juicy, bright and at the same time nostalgic canvases devoted to his native Turkmenistan and lyrical works, the subject of which is his own special St. Petersburg that he lives and creates in for over forty years ago. Optimism and romanticism, softness and intellectual style are combined in the works by Atajan Redjepov with his wonderful ability to convey the national flavor and unique spirit of his native land, the ancient monuments of architecture, harsh nature, traditional way of life and images of people. St. Petersburg in the artist's works is devoid of gloomy colors, it is quiet, fresh and filled with joy. The artist's sincere and deep patriotism helped him win the hearts of spectators all over the world - Atajan Redjepov's Turkmen and St. Petersburg canvases are always displayed at international exhibitions. His works can be found in museums and private collections in Russia, the CIS countries, England, Germany, the USA, Israel, Estonia, Sweden and Finland.
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  • Styles of art
    Realism
  • Techniques
    Watercolor
  • Art forms
    Painting
  • Subjects
    Landscape
  • Learning