Andrey Shishkin

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Andrey Alekseyevich Shishkin (Russian: Андрей Алексеевич Шишкин; born 1960) is a Russian painter. His works are one of the most prominent examples of the modern Russian "pagan art" scene related to Slavic Native Faith in Russia.[1][2][3]

He was born and raised in Moscow. He has dealt with painting since the beginning of 2000s and he currently works in a private studio. His main directions of creativity are portraits and historical paintings in realist attempt. Special theme in his works is Slavic mythology and history.[4]


  1. ^ Gizbrekht, Andrey I. (2016). "Образы деятелей российской истории в дискурсе современного "Языческого искусства" (на материале изобразительного творчества)" [The images of public figures of Russian history in the discourse of modern "Pagan art" (based on fine arts material)] (PDF). Society: Philosophy, History, Culture (in Russian) (6). UDC: 298.9:7.044/.046.
  2. ^ Gizbrekht, Andrey I. (2016). "Старые боги «Новой Руси»: иконография главных персонажей пантеона русского неоязычества в произведениях современных российских художников" [The old gods of the new Russ: iconography of the main characters in the pantheon of Russian neo-paganism in the works of contemporary Russian artists] (PDF). Cultural Studies of Russian South (in Russian). 63 (4): 84–91.
  3. ^ Gizbrekht, Andrey I. (2017). "Персонажи русского неоязыческого пантеона в произведениях российских художников: вопросы иконографии и интерпретации" [Characters Russian neo-pagan pantheon in the works of Russian artists: questions of iconography and interpretation] (PDF). Cultural Studies of Russian South (in Russian). 64 (1): 39–43.
  4. ^ "Художник Андрей Алексеевич Шишикин, историческая живопись, портреты" (in Russian). Retrieved 2018-08-12.

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