Oleg Alekseyevich Kudryashov (born 1932) is one of the most important Russian painters and printmakers of the Post-War era. He is currently living and working in Moscow. He almost exclusively works on paper using drypoint and watercolor/gouache as his medium. He is best known for his three-dimensional works, called constructions or reliefs, made by cutting and folding printed works to create sculptural pieces. Most of his works are unique or in very small editions.