(1913 - 1983)
Alexander Waselkov was active/lived in Ohio, Colorado, Florida. Alexander Waselkov is known for portrait, nature, figurative sculpture.
Alexander Waselkov was born in Denver, Colorado December 5, 1913. The son of recent immigrants from the Saratov region of Russia, Alexander was the youngest with two brothers and two sisters. An outstanding sprinter, he graduated from Lafayette High in 1932. He worked with his father and brothers in the coal mines of Colorado. In 1935, he developed juvenile diabetes.
Pursuing his dream of becoming an artist, Alexander was accepted at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington D.C. where he excelled in both realistic figure and portrait drawing and oil painting from 1936-1939. At the Corcoran he studied under Eugene Weisz, Richard Leahy and Kenneth Stubbs. He assisted Ward Lockwood on frescoes in the Washington D.C. Post Office Departme ... Displaying 750 of 5015 characters.