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Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Tatarenko
(Ochakov, Nikolaev, Ukraine, 1925 - 2000)
Born in Ochakov, Nikolaev, Ukraine on October 5, 1925, was a Russian realist artist who also went on to teach and restore art. From 1942-1945 he served in the military during the Great Patriotic War until he was injured and was mobilized in the fleet until 1950. After his military service, Tatarenko studied at the Repin Institute in 1950 and then graduated from the Leningrad Higher Arts and Crafts College in 1955. He began exhibiting his works in 1962 and his works were involved in many exhibitions. He painted many landscapes, specifically nautical scenes, and portraits. He was a member of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists and a member of Peter’s Academy of Sciences and Arts.