Alexander Rappaport’s Painting

  • Elena Bagina Institute of Construction of Ural Federal University named after B. N. Yeltsin
Keywords: A. G. Rappaport; painting; picture; “posteclectic modernism”; nonverbal diary


Painting is one of the new creative activities of Alexander Rappaport, architectural theorist, Doctor of Art History and author of the book “99 Letters About Painting”. He defines his style of painting as a “posteclectic modernism”. His works have not been analyzed by art experts yet. This article is one of the first attempts to comprehend them.


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How to Cite
Bagina, E. (2019). Alexander Rappaport’s Painting. Project Baikal, 16(59), 12-14. Retrieved from
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