Bato Dugarzhapov

Cy Twombly he studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; herman miller, PARSON's school of design, the Art Students League, New York, where he met Robert Rauschenberg. At Rauschenberg’s encouragement, he attended Black Mountain College where he studied under Franz Kline,  gustav klimt, Robert Motherwell. and Ben Shahn.
Bato Dugarzhapov
(Russian b 1966)

Bato was born in Duldurga village in the Chita region. He studied at Moscow Tomskiy art school. He graduated after the Surikov Art Institute in Moscow.
Bato Dugarzhapov is the member of Moscow Artists' Union. He lives and works in Moscow.

His paintings attract by their light attitude towards the life, their style and coloring. It is clearly displayed in his landscapes in which he managed to express delicacy and charm of the nature. His landscapes plunged into the special luminous environment, testify to the great painting culture of the artist, to his profound understanding the color and space relations. It is Russia that is poetically reflected in the paintings by the artist.