Alex Jawdokimov Originals and Framed Paintings
Alex Jawdokimov was born on a kolhoz, or collective farm in Russia. Before spending his childhood years in concentration camps across Europe. Having survived the holocaust, Jawdokimov and his mother, who had entertained British troops in refugee camps during the war moved to England in 1947. She found work as a housekeeper in a stately home in Somerset. Despite his many successes, painting is evidently the artist’s first and most enduring love. Declaring painting has never stopped, the artist’s exceptional draughtsmanship is evident in each and every piece. His earlier city scenes to the more recent birch tree series for which he has become best known.
Using a combination of oils and acrylics, the artist embellishes each piece with gold or silver leaf, capturing the luminescent quality of trees in the sunlight. At the age of 77, the artist shows no signs of slowing down and continues to exhibit his stunning works internationally to this day.
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