Andre Tutunov

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Andre Tutunov
1928-Present

Andre Andreevich Tutunov was born in Moscow in 1928. He first studied at the Moscow Intermediate Art School from 1940-1947 under V.V. Pochitailo. He then studied at the Surikov from 1948-1954 under professors V.G. Tsyplakov, and M.E. Kurilko. Since 1960 he has taught in the Pereslavl-Zalesski art studio in Moscow. Tutunov's early works were typified by landscape, scenes in provincial towns, and genre paintings illustrating country life. In the 1980's he turned to religious subjects. He married fellow artist I.V. Shevandronova.

Exhibitions partial list

Awards:(partial list)

•Full member of the Russian Academy of Arts, 2000
•Honored Artist of RSFSR, 1977

Exhibitions:(partial list)
The artist began actively exhibiting in 1953.
1955, All-Union Art Exhibition, Moscow

1960, Soviet Russia exhibition, Moscow

1972, 1977, 1982, & 1987, Solo-exhibitions in Moscow


Collections:(partial list)


Museum of Russian Art, Minneapolis, USA

Tretyakov Gallery


Books:(partial list)
1998 — Socialist Realist Painting, by Matthew Cullerne Bown —

p. 437, A Fisherman and his Son, 1964, Oil on Canvas, 47 x 57 in., Private Collection