• Died people's artist of Russia Alexander Tikhomirov

  • People's artist of Russia, founder of the direction of painting "economise" Alexander Tikhomirov died in Blagoveshchensk. This was reported on the government of the Amur region on Thursday, may 18.

    The artist was 61 years old. The cause of death is not known.

    It is noted that the parting with Tikhomirov will be held may 19 at the Cathedral of Blagoveshchensk.

    Tikhomirov was born in 1956 in the town of Elektrostal, Moscow oblast. In 1984 he graduated from Moscow state art-industrial Academy named after Stroganov.

    In 1995, the artist registered in the Russian authors ' society a new direction in painting called "economise" — tempera on old wooden shutters of the religious stories.

    In 2006, Tikhomirov was granted the title of people's artist of Russia.


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