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Andrei Zadorine draws inspiration from childhood memories as he creates evocative paintings uniting the real and the imaginary. Working in an earthy palette of browns, golds and auburns, Zadorine is known for his dramatic use of light and shadow, his richly textured surfaces, and the dreamlike atmosphere of his compositions. His paintings are included in the collections of the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, one of the most respected museums in the former Soviet Union. Zadorine was born in Belarus in 1960 and now lives in The Netherlands, exhibiting across Europe and The United States.