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Pavlovich Ananin

Samarkand artist. Painter. Member of the Union of Artists.
Born March 03, 1949 in Samarkand. After leaving school, he entered the Samarkand technical school of agricultural mechanization. He received a specialty as a mechanic of agricultural machinery, but did not work in his specialty, in 1969 he went to the Army, served in Poland, and after the army, in 1971, he left to build BAM. In 1973 he returned to Samarkand. From childhood he loved to draw, and upon returning to Samarkand he entered the Samarkand Art School. One of the best graduates of the Samarkand School of Arts. For 25 years of creative work, he almost did not exhibit. After graduating from college he worked in the Union of Artists and Hood. foundation, but preferred creative work more. Participated in many exhibitions in Samarkand and Tashkent. Ananin's works, partly in the style of classical primitivism, are bright and expressive. They amaze with their kind emotional charge, coming from the "open", but surprisingly harmonious flavor. He was familiar and friends with the Samarkand artists S.V. Redkin, G.I. Ulko, Vakhrutdinov, and


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