Semen Faibisovich

Semen Faibisovich is one of the most striking contemporary Russian artist who lives and works in Moscow and represents figurative photorealism of the Russian society. Faibisovich painted people on state festivals, in queues, in reailway station, in suburian trains. In 1985 he participated in exhibitions in the Graphic Artists City Committee on Malaya Gruzinskaya Street ( Moscow) where he was discovered by New York art dealers. Starting 1987 Faibisovich takes part in numerous exhibitions in the USA, Western Europe and Russia.

Born: 1949­­

Price record: Soldiers (Train Station Series) 1989

Date of selling: 13.10.2007

Price (GBP): 311 200

Average price: (GBP): 106 655

Soldiers (Train Station Series), 1989. Oil on canvas, 285,4 x 190,5 cm. Sold for £ 311 200

Soldiers (Train Station Series), 1989. Oil on canvas, 285,4 x 190,5 cm. Sold for £ 311 200

Farewell, 1985-1986.  Oil on canvas, 130,7 х 150,3 sm. Sold for $ 46 850

Farewell, 1985-1986. Oil on canvas, 130,7 х 150,3 sm. Sold for $ 46 850

The vodka line series, 1990. Oil on canvas, 188 x 284,5 cm. Sold for  £ 202 250

The vodka line series, 1990. Oil on canvas, 188 x 284,5 cm. Sold for £205 250