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Russian artist Pridanov on display in India

Russian artist Pridanov on display in India

Maxim Pridanov's "World View" is exhibited at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Delhi, 24 Ferozeshah Road, until the 12th of April 2013. 

The Russian painter, Maxim Pridanov, was born in Nizhni Novgorod, in 1965. He is a member of the Union of Artists of Russia. His artwork is known for its dreamlike quality. "My Russia is kind, colourful and dreamlike," Maxim Pridanov said at the opening of his exhibition in Delhi.

During his stay in India, the artist sketched the Taj Mahal and the Tomb of Akbar the Great in Agra for his next exhibition "World View". 

(re-written by Olivia Kroth; source: Russia & India Report)

Photo: pridanov.innov.ru

 

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