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Stanislav Nikereev
tching technique is very old. Turning to it artists make a lot of efforts to stand out against other masters of cutter and acid. Some artists make a very fine and delicate pictures. Others experimenting with color and texture or create complex, fantastic plots. And only one artist seems to spend all his life sitting by the window and slowly transferring to the paper (we don’t want to think how many steps it will take the picture to get to the paper) what he can see through the window. Autumn fog. The first frosts. Silver frost. Evening haze. Falling leaves in autumn. First snow. A lonely tree. Silence. Dandelions. Bustling homestead. Cows in the meadow ...Stanislaus Nikireev’s etchings have a breath of peace in them. They are made with love for simple and eternal things, with love for one’s Homeland which is different for each person but always quiet, cosy and most precious.
Stanislav Nikereev was born in 1932 in Michurinsk Tombovskoy area, Russia. In 1957 he graduated from Penza Art College. In 1963 he graduated from the Moscow State Art Institute. Since 1972 he was  a member of the Union of Russian Artists. Since 1983 he  was a corresponding member of USSR Academy of Arts. In 1984 he was awarded the title of "Honored Artist of the RSFSR.In 2007, Stanislav Nikereev died.
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