Igor Kulagin

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Artist Biography

Igor Kulagin was born on July 6, 1946, in the former Soviet Union in the city of Kiev - capital of the Ukraine - and studied art at the Kiev Technical Arts Institute. Upon reaching 18 years of age, he began service in the Soviet army, where he utilized his skills as an artist designing political posters. 

After finishing his military service, Igor moved to the Russian capital of Moscow, where he lived and worked as an artist, carpenter and interior decorator for over 20 years.

In March 1992 Igor came to the USA with his American wife, Kim Kulagina, whom he had married in Moscow while she was working as a translator.  The couple settled in Scranton, PA, where Igor lives, works and manages a small Russian art business at home. 

In cooperation with family members in both Russia and America, Igor is presently engaged in the design, production and sale of Russian folk art (including hand painted nesting dolls, eggs, boxes and a variety of jewelry). 

His greatest passion, however, is oil painting on canvas. Giclee canvas prints of many of his works are also available for sale and can be viewed above on this website.

For further information contact Kim Kulagina at (570) 604-2543 or e-mail: kkulagina@state.pa.us. If you speak any Russian, feel free to contact Igor directly at (570) 969-1717.

 

 

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