Nikolay Yuryevich Anokhin (Russian: Никола́й Ю́рьевич Ано́хин), is a contemporary Russian artist from Moscow, born in 1966. He graduated from the Moscow Art School, and then from Surikov Moscow Art Institute. From 1988 to 1992 he took art courses from Members of the Russian Academy of Arts painters Aleksei Gritsai and Sergei Tkachev. Anokhin's works have been displayed at a number of exhibitions both in Russia and abroad. His younger brother Vladimir is also a classically trained painter.
Anokhin's style represents the evolution of the classic traditions of Russian painting, including elements of academic and traditional painting.
- Art of "Russian World" at Pontifical Council for Culture
- Exhibition of contemporary Russian artists titled “God’s land” opened in Vatican
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