Andrey Antonov (born 1944 – died in 2011)
Honored Artist of Russia.
The G.S. Mosin Prize winner
Antonov Andrey Gennadievich was born in 1944 in Sverdlovsk (USSR). The sculptor, graphic. Graduated from the Moscow High Art-Industrial School (former Stroganovskoie) in 1973. He is a member of the "Russia Painters Union". His works are presented in regular expositions of museums (Moscow, Perm, Ekaterinburg, Barnaul, Krasnoyarsk and in the other cities of Russia), as well as in private collections in Russia, USA, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland. The Author of monuments "Menschikov in Beresov", monument of Tatischev (founder of Ekaterinburg sity), monument of famous russian writer Anton Schehov, monument of soldiers-north-urals fallen in the Second Wold war; the sculptural compositions: "Pieta", "Wounded", "Veteran", "Aggression", "Travellers", "Self-feeling". The Sculptures and monuments are installed in Ekaterinburg (Russia), Severouralisk (Russia), Petropavlovsk (Russia), Solikamsk (Russia), Plizen (Poland).
Since 1971 - participation into international, republic, zone, regional and city exhibitions.
1983 - Shelyabinsk, USSR
1991 - Sverdlovsk, Russia
1992 - Feldkirh, Austria
1999 - exhibitions of graphic in Ekaterinburg, Shelyabinsk, Russia
2000 - exhibition "Bronze age", Ekaterinburg, Russia
2001 - exhibition "Unknown town", Ekaterinburg, Russia
2001 - II biennale of modern Russian graphics and sculptures, Moscow (Russia) and New York (USA)
2001 - Auction "Russia - USA" in favour of damaged from the act of terrorism on September 11 in New York, New York (USA)
2002 - an exhibition "Unknown Russia", New York (USA)
2004 - exhibition "Graphics of the sculptor", OnlineArt gallery, Ekaterinburg (Russia).
Literature: Holodova. "Andrey Antonov". The Booklet, 1984; The Album, 1999