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02201300 Yangon seaport
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02201300 Yangon seaport Painting

Hanna Davydchenko



Size: 31.5 W x 27.6 H x 0.8 D in

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#UID02201300 Years ago, I spent time in Burma (Union of Myanmar). It was very inspiring trip. Among millions of expressions I've received there, one of the most impressive was a trip to the Yangon sear port. These impressions later I've put on canvas under common name "Boats of Burma". I do hope you’ll the spirit of the seaport at this tropic and very exotic country.

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Size:31.5 W x 27.6 H x 0.8 D in

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I was born and raised, in Volgograd region, Russia. In 1988 I moved to South Ukraine. To become an artist is apparently have been designed by my destiny and the history of my family. It began in 19 centuries, when artist Vasily Tropinin (1776 – 1857), founder of Russian Romanticism in fine art, master of realistic and romantic portrait lived in family of my ancestor count Hercules Morkov (Irakly Morcoff). This great artist was a teacher of art for kids of his master. This fact probably influenced all the next generations of my family, which had a number of artists and and other creative persons. Including but not limited honored artist of Russia Nikolay Bortnikov honored artist of Ukraine Tatiana Kuznetsova. Among those who lives now, there is an Israel artist Natalia Kuznetsova. Since my childhood my thirst of drawing has been actively encouraged by my parents and relatives. My starting point on the way towards big art was a kid's fine art school in the city of Volgograd, Russia. The school gave me initial art education. The fine art school named had helped me to understand that being a painter is my call, profession and destiny. After graduation I worked as restorer in in art Aivazovsky art gallery. Presently I am a freelancer artist and as such I live active creative life, participating in all level of art-exhibitions. Great part of my life I spend in organized and solo open-air paintings and other pleinair art-events. I travel a lot over Ukraine, Russia and Europe.

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