Woodcarvings from Russia

Posted By on November 20, 2009

These amazing carvings are made by Victor Dubovik (Виктор Дубовик), who leads a family workshop of artistic wood carving with his son and daughter.

Victor Dubovik and his family are from Bryansk, Russia.

Their family workshop have been working since 1996.

The main focus of their work is the production of art products from different kinds of wood: paintings, panels and interior items.

Their panoramic panels in high relief carving techniques from the series “Views of Old Moscow” were made for the Administration of Moscow and the Presidential Administration of  Russia in 2006 and were awarded Certificate of thanksgiving.

He has been a freelance engraver from 1996.

Much more pictures of his work , workshop and making process can be seen on his website :


And if you’re interested in buying his work , I find two online stores :





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13 Responses to “Woodcarvings from Russia”

  1. ann says:

    Those are absolutely amazing. That railing is stunning. I just love that.

  2. Lin says:

    Wow! That staircase and railing!!! And I love the distorted street views. Very cool.

  3. Brian Hill says:

    very good art! I hope your art shows up at the NC Museum!

  4. Виктор Дубовик says:

    Thank you !!!

  5. affessSpina says:

    good post, thank you!

  6. Виктор Дубовик says:

    Woodcarving our work and our lives. It is pleasant when our work of people like real lovers of manual labor. At present, our studio produces new pictures of panels, and will be happy to share with you THANK YOU! Thank you very much

  7. can i translate in Russian and post on my blog? )

  8. armchair says:

    Good. I like it. It’s very good blog.

  9. parsek says:

    I usually don’t post in Blogs but your blog forced me to, amazing work.. beautiful …

  10. Kystovski says:

    I would like to exchange links with your site woodworkessence.com
    Is this possible?

  11. admin says:

    I exchange links only with woodwork related sites, sorry.

  12. Hesenfodo says:

    I enjoyed reading your blog. Keep it that way.

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