Andres Jaroslavsky was born in Argentina in 1970. He is a figurative painter currently based in York, England. His main area of research and interest is representative drawing and old masters’ techniques, especially the use of restricted palettes exemplified by Rembrandt and Zorn.
In 2010, Andres opened his own gallery/studio, the Corner Gallery, in the Bishopthorpe Road area of York.
In August 2014 Andres completed his MA in Creative Practice at Leeds College of Art with Distinction. Shortly after his painting “Madres” won the Yorkshire Art Journal cover competition.
In 2016 Andres moved into his new and bigger studio, the Corner Studio, where he teaches painting and drawing:
From 2014 to 2016 Andres worked as an associate lecturer at Leeds College of Art. In October 2015 Andres’ painting 'Argentina 1976' was selected for the New Light Prize Exhibition at the Bowes Museum. In November 2016 'Argentina 1976' was selected for the 1st Ibero-American Arts Award at the embassy of Brazil in London.