He graduated from the Saratov Art College (1969). Teachers by specialty - V. The landscape genre in Ukrainian art, connoisseurs of modern painting primarily turn to the works of Mikhail Vasilyevich Antipov. His paintings are a hymn to nature.He erected this ordinary simplicity and familiar beauty to all on a high pedestal of art. According to Auguste Rodin, nature should be the only goddess of the artist. And Mikhail Antipov remained true to this idea. And my destiny is to work, work, work... Antipov's paintings are distinguished by detailed work from life. He often engaged in plein air painting. The whole geography of the author's creative travels is presented on his canvases, of course, there are local sketches as well - he performed many works in his country house in the vicinity of Gurzuf. " Noting the unusual technique of performing paintings by Mikhail Antipov, which are sometimes devoid of the rich, chemical brightness of acrylic, colleagues said that Mikhail Vasilyevich worked with those old oil, earthy paints of natural origin, and in his technique he tried to "take" not so much color, but tone transmission: "Throughout his painting passes the understanding that tone is more important than color. Color only focuses on particular details, complements the work. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (1990). He worked in Mariupol at the Donetsk Art and Production Plant (1969). In 1975, Mikhail Antipov came to the Art Fund, which existed under the Union of Artists of the USSR. The system of this fund helped many figures of fine art to solve various economic and everyday problems, organize exhibitions, etc. Mikhail Antipov was a man of indefatigable energy. He took part in the work of many creative groups that traveled throughout the country, up to the northern latitudes. Mikhail Antipov lived for the sake of art and in the name of art, did everything possible and impossible to do what he loved. In this regard, Mikhail Vasilyevich, as they say, was a great ascetic, a capitalist.
He took part in republican and all-Ukrainian exhibitions. Major works: "The Azov Steppe" (1997), "Summer" (1997), "In the Field, on Saur-Mogile" (1999), "Malva" (1999), "July Morning" (2000).Cm x 34 cm (9.4 x 13.3 inch). One of a kind artwork. Paintings are carefully packed in order to protect from any damage during transportation. Cardboard paintings should be sent in a cardboard box. Canvas paintings should be sent rolled up on pipe covered with protecting materials.
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