Russian painter Stanislav Babiuk
Russian painter Stanislav Babiuk works in a realistic manner. In a relatively short time, he has created a lot of portraits, landscapes, paintings on historical and biblical themes, as well as paintings with hunting scenes. His paintings is a nostalgia for the past, the old Russian way of life. Stanislav was born in 1970 in the village of Grimeshty, Brichany district of the republic of Moldova into a peasant family. His father was a rural pastor, and managed to draw a little, from early childhood of his son he instilled the love to a fine art, especially the works of Peredvizhniki. In 1990 Stanislav Babiuk graduated from the Art School named after Repin in Kishinev. Stanislav is a member of the Union of Artists of Russia and the International Association of Art of UNESCO.
Stanislav Babiuk – “The observation of nature and human life in my childhood, as dew nourished my soul, cultivating a keen interest in knowledge of life through the prism of realist art. Without God, saw only one face of the prism, but the meeting with God opened my eyes. And I was able to touch the sides of the hitherto invisible world created by God”.
Reflections on the meaning of life, dissatisfaction with reality and the desire for harmony in itself led to a meeting with Jesus Christ and the beginning of a serious creative work. The main topics on which the artist works – biblical history and the history of Russia.