Alexandre Barbera-Ivanoff

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Alexandre Barbera-Ivanoff is a French artist born in Paris, France, in 1973.

Biography[edit]

Alexandre Barbera-Ivanoff studied painting from the age of 12 in private workshop, with the painters Christian Welter, Gerard Di-Maccio, then Jean Bertholle.

The compulsory military service gave him a unique experiment: Painter in the Earth Army.

He carried out with success frescoes, in particular in the Palace of King Mohammed VI in Marrakech (Morocco).

On September 9, 2005 in Saint-Malo, France, Alexandre Barberà-Ivanoff made public his Proclamation on Essentialisme Artistique.

He realised portraits of characters as corsairs, for example this one of Jean-Marie Le Pen, in 2006.

His main work was exposed in June 2010, in the European Parliament of Strasbourg.

Alexandre Barbera-Ivanoff is grandson and expert of the Russian painter Serge Ivanoff.

Illustrated books[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Works[edit]