Bato Dugarzhapov - Impressionist painter, known not only to Russian art lovers, gave his exhibition at the National Museum of the Aga (which is more than 90 works) as a gift hometown.
Immediately after the end of the solo exhibition "White dreams" the artist made a "royal" gesture (otherwise it will not name!) And donated to the local museum all of their work, even unwithdrawn from the walls.
It should be noted that such an act could make only broad-hearted man. And the only people who know the artist was not surprised by this course of events.
For pupils of children's art schools of Mogoytuya and Agin artist gave a master-class oil pattern shown in the area - it is an invaluable lesson in combinations of colors and light.
A friend of the artist and admirer of his work, the director of the Trans-Baikal art salon Lesnyansky Alexander said at the closing of the exhibition:
"Many people do not realize that in front of you a well-known not only in Russia but also worldwide artist. This is fortunate for your museum to get a "royal" gift. Bato Dugarzhapov young and promising artist. Ahead of him is still a lot of work, but the value of these paintings, donated to the museum Aginsk, will only grow. "
"Paintings Bato Dugarzhapova attracts bright outlook, brushwork and color. This is particularly evident in the landscapes where he was able to express a particular fondness, subtlety and charm of nature. Light haze of dawn, the charm of quiet evenings, mystery evening twilight - this is Russia, which found reflection in the poetic paintings of the artist "- so speak about his art works.
The creative activity of the artist for many years, is of great interest among art lovers. Unique style, unique vision of the landscape and the ability to convey the color, light and shadow to conquer the hearts of fans around the world.
Special recognition artist has achieved in the work on the painting of the central dome, and the dome nadaltarnogo Christ the Savior Cathedral, as well as the painting of the Virgin and the Church of the Intercession church in honor of Our Lady of Kazan (Kazansky railway station building in Moscow).
"My paintings should be viewed from a distance of five meters", - says the author.
Indeed, it should be admiring the pictures without fuss, dropping the daily burden of problems, giving each of them as much as possible, and then be sure to find in them something familiar and dear.