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Shaul Kosman
Nathan Brutsky
Berdo Geliashvili
Gocha Johadze
A. M. Joya
Michael Rozenvain
Boris Dubrov
Irena Gendelman
Nelly Panto
Yuri Tremler
Nurit Granot
Ben Avram
Moshe Leider
Michael Eisemann
Yitzchak Maimon
Julia Koceva
Tara Baden
 Boris Dubrov
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Boris Dubrov was born in St. Petersburg in 1979. At the age of five he surprised his parents by his unique art abilities, so they decided to send him to art school, where he received an education in painting and graphics. From here he later developed his abilities into a professional level.

In 1994 Boris studied at the Art-Restoring Lyceum "Kupchino", which got him interested in surrealism. The administration of this Lyceum arranged the first exhibition of his works in the field of surrealism.

Dubrov arrived in Israel in 1997. He joined the Israeli Defense Forces and served there for three years. After the Army service, in 2002, he became a prize-winner of the “Young Artist“ competition in Israel.

In 2003 he became acquainted with master of coinage, Itshakh Cheskelson, who works in Judaica style. This got Boris interested in the culture of Jewish people. At the same time he painted many pictures dedicated to the mestechko life of Jewish people in the prewar epoch of the Eastern Europe.

In 2004 he took part in the exhibition of surrealism at the Jewish University in Jerusalem.
Later, in 2005 he held a personal exhibition in Ashdod. This exhibition brought great success and fame to the artist, throughout the country. Today most of his paintings are found in private collections.

He has participated in "Salon des Artistes France" in Paris and "Judaica Art in New York in 2005 and at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 2006.

This artist holds a broad and versatile range of creativity. He works reflect the social features of Judaica as well as strict classicism and surrealism while concealing elements of eroticism in landscapes.

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