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Lyssenko Andrey Stanislavovitch.

Andrey Stanislavovich Lyssenko (1974) born in a family of Moscow dynasty of artists spent his childhood in the oasis of arts in a small artist’s town in Verkhnyaya Maslovka. Artist’s town was a place where such masters as Grabar, Gerasimov, Johanson, Tseytlin and many others had been living and creating their masterpieces. His parents from the early childhood supported his gift for fine art. His grandfather Honoured Russian painter A.G. Lysenko was an outstanding example. Andrey spent much time in grandfather’s studio watching him painting.

Andrey Lyssenko entered Krasin Fine Arts School in 1981. He started to learn professional painting skills there.


In 1983 Andrey successfully passed exams to Tomsky Moscow Secondary Fine Arts School at Surikov Institute. He was taught basic traditions of Russian realistic painting under the direction of experienced teachers such as A.Baranov, Y.Ivanov, L.Tolmashevskaya and V.Borisov. He took a historical topic Holly Sergiy blesses Dmitry Donskoy before Kulikov Battle and Return for his graduation research. The research got an excellent mark from the examining board.

In 1992 Andrey Lyssenko entered Surikov Moscow State Academic Institute of Fine Arts at Academy of Fine Arts. When studying at university he laboriously and thoroughly learned lessons of such famous teachers as A.Danilichev, I.Shatskiy, L.Shepelev, V.Nekrasov and Y.Grishenko. Commission board of the Institute and Academy of Fine Arts specially marked his graduation triptych Wooden Cathedrals of Russia .
The fact that he was brought up in a very creative family with careful attention of parents to their son’s talent evolution was dramatically important at all stages of formation and development of the painter.

After graduation from the University in 1998, Andrey went for a trip to Western Europe and Canada. Over a long period of time he had been living and working for well-known Italian patrons of art.

Continuity of painting traditions, permanent developing of new creative ideas and intense exhibiting activity are a source of vigour for painter’s creation of new masterpieces. A special place in Andrey Lyssenko art is taken by historical and religiously philosophical painting theme. Synthesis of this rare genre combined with impressionistic landscape painting, still life and portraits open to the Art world great personality of Andrey Stanislavovich Lyssenko.
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