Alexander Gurevich: Royal Theatres, Fortune Tellers…Sewing Machines

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Suggestive of old Orthodox iconography, early Netherlandish painting and a little bit of Cubism, the art of Jerusalem-based painter Alexander Gurevich ranges from the colourfully ostentatious (royal theatres, feasts) to the absolutely mundane (sewing machines, teabags). Everything – high or low, memorable or ordinary – is accorded a whimsical air that is certainly the artist’s own.

Alexander Gurevich was born in 1944 in Alapaevsk, Ural (former Soviet Union). He was educated first at the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute (LETI) (now Saint Petersburg State Electrotechnical University) and later at a High Art College named Muhina (now Saint Petersburg Art and Industry Academy). He migrated to Israel with his family in 1993.

Alexander Gurevich

Alexander Gurevich’s paintings are included in the collections of the State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg) The Judah L. Magnes Museum (Berkeley, California), the Center of Modern Art (Osaka, Japan) and Museum Gissen (Gießen, Germany).

Featured artwork above is “Self-Portrait”.

Links: Website (www.gurevich-art.com) | Saatchi Art (www.saatchiart.com/account/profile/94895)

Images used with permission.

 

Machine Singer

 

The Tea

 

The Royal Theatre

 

Camera Obscura

 

The Fortune Teller

 

Homage to Bosch

 

The Fiest

 

Old Things


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