Anatoly Dverin

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AMERICAN IMPRESSIONIST, Signature Member of Oil Painters of America, Master of Pastel Society of America.

Ukrainian Night: Artist Opening reception on Wednesday, October 26th from 5-8 PM, at the 7th Annual Holiday Exhibit ( 281 Concord Avenue Cambridge 02140)
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Born and raised in the Ukraine, Anatoly Dverin earned his Master’s Degree from the prestigious Kharkov Art Institute. However, in his own country, he couldn’t realize himself and in 1976 Anatoly made a serious decision to emigrate. After his arrival in the U.S., Anatoly had to work very hard to be accepted in the artist community. Eventually he received numerous awards for his work as well as winning five “Best in Show” awards in national and international exhibitions. Listed in “Who is Who in American Art,”,” Who is Who in the World,” and just recently in a book “Best of America Oil Artists”. Anatoly’s paintings are featured in many private and corporate collections. A. Dverin is a Signature Member of the OPA and a Distinguished Member of the NF Pastel Society. He creates many of his paintings during his trips in New England, Canada, Europe, Ukraine and Russia.

Video presentation of paintings by the Artist:

Dverin’s work stimulates the romance and elegance found in the international subjects which are his source of inspiration. Lush countyside, city street scenes, a quiet monastery and calm harbors are the familiar views we recall from our role as the casual stroller in our own travels. A sense of calm and complete understanding of nature permeates his beautiful compositions.

Major Collectors:

Ministry of Culture, of Russia and Ukraine

Delta Airlines

Hollister Inc.

Many private Collectors

Listed in:

“Who is Who  in American Art,” “Who is Who in the World,” “Who is Who in Russian Art,” “Who is Who in Ukrainian Art,” book “Best Of America Pastel Artists,” book “Best Of America Oil Artists”

Partial list of exhibitions and awards:

PSA, 23rd Annual Open Exhibition, New York City – “BEST IN SHOW”

PSA, 22 Annual Open Exhibition – “KLIMBERGER AWARD”

PSNF “Pastel 2000” Sixth Biennial National Exhibition – “BEST IN SHOW”

PSNF “Pastel 1996” Forth Biennial National Exhibition – “BEST IN SHOW”

PSNF, Second Biennial National Exhibition – “AWARD OF EXCELLENCE”

The American Artists Professional League. Grand National Exhibition – “THE PASTEL SOCIETY OF AMERICA  AWARD”

FROM RUSSIA WITH ART Gallery, Cambridge MA – solo exhibit, August-October 2011

FROM RUSSIA WITH ART & CULTURE Festival in Newton, MA, 20-22 April 2012

Education:

Studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Art & Design, Master of Fine Art – Kharkov Institute of Fine Arts, Ukraine

Slideshow of Dverin’s impressionist paintings

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6 Comments on "Anatoly Dverin"

  1. Anatoly Dverin was one of those famous artist who spreaded their beautiful creation in the whole world. I have seen his wonderful creative paintings in an exhibition in New Jersey where I got to know about him first time. His art forms were quite unique.

    • FromRussiaWithArt says:

      We agree! His style is highly professional, original, extremely beautiful and very kind. Anatoly is a great traveller and a great person. We wish our Master an excellent health!

  2. FromRussiaWithArt says:

    New personal exhibit of Anatoly Dverin starts in Cambrige on September 20th, with an artist reception on September 28th from 3-7PM at the Gallery new location: 580 Cambridge street Cambridge MA 02141.

    We can not wait to meet with an Artist, who will turn 80 next year and who became a Master of Pastel Society of America in 2014! Congratulations, dear Anatoly!

    Olesya & Jerry Koenig

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