Sergo Kobuladze was a painter, graphic artist, theatre painter and book designer. He was one of the most prominent representatives of the first generation of Tbilisi Academy of Arts graduates and developed a new Georgian art. His teachers were E. Lanceray and I. Charlemagne. In the Academy, Kobuladze started learning the Georgian art sites and became fascinated with the Italian art of the Renaissance period. Kobuladze worked at the Z.Paliashvili Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Rustaveli Theatre and Marjanishvili Theatre and also collaborated with the Moscow Theatre. In the 1950s his works were sent to the Venice and London exhibitions. An important sphere in the artist’s creativity was book design. He also painted the curtain of the Opera and Ballet Theatre, later destroyed in a fire. Over the years Sergo Kobuladze began to analyze the principles of construction of antique and Georgian architectural monuments and he led a graphic studio on such in the Tbilisi Academy of Arts.