studied art history at the Lomonossow University in Moscow. The subject of her dissertation was Flemish 16th century painting in Bruges. While researching and curating at the Pushkin museum Olga Sugrobova-Roth published much on Russian and European painting from 16th and 17th century. In 1994 she moved to Düsseldorf where she continued to publish on Russian art. Olga Sugrobova-Roth also helped to organize exhibitions on Russian art in German museums.
was a pilot when he started studying aeronautical engineering in Aachen and London and pursued further studies in sociology and philosophy. After writing his thesis on Schopenhauer’s "The World as Will and Representation" he entered the art world. With galleries in Düsseldorf and Paris, he participated at international fairs in New York, Paris, Milan and Maastricht. In 2000 he withdrew from the art trade in order to devote himself to research.
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Both authors plan further scientific publications on art across national boundaries with a focus on Russian artists around 1900.
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