Guram Dolenjashvili

From series Moonlit nights of Imeretia. Variant 5. Pencil., 1993
Russian Fields, Moonlight sonata. Variant 9. Pencil., 2008
From series «Imeretian sketches». Sakraula canyon.1998

Guram Dolenjashvili (Georgian: გურამ დოლენჯაშვილი; Russian: Гурам Доленджашвили; born 9 March 1943 in Kutaisi) is a Georgian painter often working in a monochrome technique. He is a Meritorious Artist of Georgia and an honorary member of Russian Academy of Arts (since 2004).[1][2][3]

Dolenjashvili was born in Kutaisi. He graduated from the Tbilisi Academy of Arts in 1968 where he studied in the shop of Lado Grigolia. He mostly lived in Kutaisi but travel led to Russian North, White Sea, Kamchatka and Chukotka.[3] His works are exhibited in the Art Museum of Georgia, Tretyakov Gallery, Pushkin Museum, Russian Museum and many others.[4]

Many of his works are landscapes made in black and white, using a graphite pencil or etching with slightly surrealist shifting of reality still he is often considered a follower of traditions Russian realist landscapers of Ivan Shishkin and Yuly Klever.[3]

Now, Guram signed the agreement with Raffian Art[5] to produce limited editions of giclees.

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