Natalia Bragina

" "Don’t sleep, don’t sleep, the Artist, Be never prey to dream, Eternity's your master, In the flow of Time you swim." All my life I try to follow those lines of Boris Pasternak."

Landscape With Young Man By Samovar, Oil on cardboard 70 x 50 cm

Born in Leningrad, former USSR, now Sankt Petersburg, Russia, Natalia Bragina graduated the Moscow State University with a degree in International Economics. She attended the art studios at Moscow State University and the Moscow House of Scientists. After 1989 painting became her main professional occupation.  Since then Bragina has had no fewer than fifteen solo exhibitions including shows in Sweden and the USA as well as art auctions in Paris, France. Bragina recently exhibited at New York World Art Fair 2016, the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in New York City and opened her most recent color show VISION at Marina Tsvetaeva Museum, Moscow.

Still-Life On The Window-Sill, Oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm
Naoko, Oil on cardboard 80 x 50 cm
Russian Easter, still-life, Oil on canvas 60 x 80 cm
Still Life With Russian Culichi, Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm

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