Artists / Moscow Academic Art Lyceum

The Moscow State Academy Art Lyceum was set up in 1939 on the initiative of prominent figures of Russian culture: academicians I. Grabar, V. Baksheev, P. Konchalovski, D. Moor, S. Gerasimov, P. Sokolov-Skalya, K. Yuon; People’s Artists of the USSR V. Barsova, V. Kachalov, A. Yumashev; the Arctic explorers E. Krenkel, E. Fedorov, P. Shirshov. It was named Moscow Secondary Art School. In 1951 the School through a decree of the USSR Art Committee became a division of the USSR Academy of Arts (now Russian Academy of Arts).Among its alumni are such noted artists of world reputation as V. Ivanov, P. Ossovski, V. Sidorov, V. Stozharov, A. Tkachev, O. Tselkov, T. Nazarenko, M. Dronov, A. Shmarinov and many others.
The Moscow Art Lyceum is founded on the disciplines of painting, sculpture and architecture. These three disciplines are fundamental to the Academy traditions that the Lyceum is proud to uphold. It offers children of exceptional abilities and promise the opportunity to obtain necessary skills and a foundation to their careers as professional artists.

Lapovok Vladimir
Moscow, Russia
Nikonov Mikhail
Moscow, Russia
Kostylev Dmitry
Moscow, Russia
Krainyukov Arseny
Moscow, Russia
Rubinsky Pavel
Moscow, Russia
Kolobaev Yaroslav
Moscow, Russia
Gilyarov Alexey
Moscow, Russia
Akimova Margarita
Moscow, Russia
Bykov Sergey
Sevastopol, Russia
Baykov Dmitry
Moscow, Russia
Sergeev Oleg
Moscow, Russia
Berestov Boris
Moscow, Russia
Ermohina Elena
Moscow, Russia
Panov Eduard
Moscow, Russia
Golubev Alexey
Moscow, Russia
Brusilov Stanislav
Moscow, Russia