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Anastasia Pilyugina

Anastasia Pilyugina

Anastasia Pilyugina

Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Graphic artist


Born on July 7, 1984, in Leningrad.

2002-2008 – Stieglitz Academy in Saint Petersburg, Applied Arts Department, Easel Graphic Works and Book Illustrations.

Since 2009 – teacher in a children painting studio at Fontanka 32 Youth Club, Saint Petersburg

Since 2013 – member of the Union of Artists of Russia

Since 2013 – senior teacher in Stieglitz Academy

Since 2005 Pilyugina has been actively taking part in various Russian and international exhibitions.


2017 – Laureate of “Krepost Dukha. Solovki” exhibition (The Strength of the Spirit. Solovki), Saint Petersburg

2016 – the URAL PRINT TRIENNIAL 2016, international contest exhibition, Ufa, Nesterov Bashkir State Museum of Arts

- Guangzhou International Exlibris and Mini-prints Biennial 2016 in the Art museum of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (GAFA).

– “A4’2016” international contest exhibition for young artists in Tyumen, exhibition halls of the Institute of Psychology and Pedagogics in Tyumen State University.

2015 – the international contest of artistic works to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Great Patriotic War Victory, Herzen University

2014 – contest exhibition “The World War I by Young Artists”, Moscow, 4 Bolshoy Predtechensky Alley. Exhibition and Memorial Department of the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia “Presnya”, winner in “Graphics” nomination.

Anastasia’s works can be found in the Museum of Calligraphy (Moscow), the foundation of D. Rovinsky House of Graphics (Moscow), Mashkov Museum of Fine Arts in Volgograd, Vologda Regional Art Gallery, and in various museums across Russia, Belorussia, and China.

Author works

Life is Mercurial

Paper, ink, watercolours, broad nib, humanist italic, 400 x 540 mm, 2017

“About the Masters” diptych. Left part

Paper, ink, watercolours, broad nib, humanist italic, 420 x 600 mm, 2017

“About the Masters” diptych.Right part

Paper, ink, watercolours, broad nib, humanist italic, 420 x 600 mm, 2017
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