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List of painters of Saint Petersburg Union of Artists

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This is a list of painters of Saint Petersburg Union of Artists (founded 2 August 1932 as the Leningrad Union of Soviet Artists, since 1959 named as the Leningrad branch of Union of Artists of Russian Federation. Acquired its current name after the renaming of Leningrad in Saint Petersburg in 1991). This list represent the Soviet era and contemporary Russian painters from Leningrad/Saint Petersburg. The basis for inclusion in this List can serve as the membership of the painter at the Saint Petersburg Union of Artists, confirmed by authoritative sources.

See also: List of Russian artists

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Alphabetical list

A

Portrait Person
Taisia Afonina
(1913–1994)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, genre, and still life painter
Piotr Alberti
(1913–1994)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, genre, and still life painter
Evgenia Antipova
(1917–2009)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, genre, and still life painter

B

Portrait Person
Brodsky by Repin.jpg
Isaak Brodsky
(1884–1939)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
portrait, genre, and landscape painter
(portrait by Ilya Repin, 1913)
Lenin in Smolniy in 1917, 1930
Lenin in Smolniy in 1917, 1930
Stalin, 1928
Stalin, 1928
Lenin in front of Smolny, 1925
Lenin in front of Smolny, 1925
Irina Baldina
(1922–2009)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, genre, and landscape painter
Nikolai Baskakov
(1918–1993)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, genre, and landscape painter
Evgenia Baykova
(1907–1997)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, landscape, and still life painter
Vsevolod Bazhenov
(1908–1986)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
landscape and seascape painter
Piotr Belousov
(1912–1988)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
painter and graphic artist
Zlata Bizova
(born 1927)
Soviet Union
landscape and genre painter
Veniamin Borisov
(b. 1935)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, landscape, and still life painter
Boris F. Borzin
(b. 1923)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, landscape, and still life painter
oil on canvas
oil on canvas
Piotr Buchkin
(1886–1965)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
portrait painter, graphic artist, book illustrator

C

Portrait Person
Vladimir Chekalov
(1922–1992)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, landscape, genre and battle paintings
Evgeny Chuprun
(1927–2005)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
seascape, landscape, and genre painter

E

Portrait Person
Alexei Eriomin
(1918–1998)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape and genre painter

F

Portrait Person
Pavel Filonov AutoPortrait.jpg
Pavel Filonov
(1883–1941)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
avante-garde painter
(self-portrait)
Masters of Analytical Art, 1935
Masters of Analytical Art, 1935
Animals, 1930
Animals, 1930
Portrait of E.Glebova, 1915
Portrait of E.Glebova, 1915

G

Portrait Person
Nikolai Galakhov
(b. 1928)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape painter
Irina Getmanskaya
(b. 1939)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait painter
Ivan Godlevsky
(1908–1998)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape painter
Vasily Golubev
(1925–1985)
Soviet Union
landscape painter
Tatiana Gorb
(b. 1935)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait painter, graphic artist
Vladimir Gorb
(1903–1988)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
portrait painter
Elena Gorokhova
(b. 1933)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
symbolist painter

K

Portrait Person
Mikhail Kaneev
(1923–1983)
Soviet Union
cityscape and landscape painter
Georgy Kovenchuk
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
cityscape, still life, and landscape painter
Yuri Khukhrov
(1932–2003)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, cityscape and landscape painter
Maya Kopitseva
(1924–2005)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre and everyday painter
Boris Korneev
(1922–1974)
Soviet Union
portrat, genre, and landscape painter
Alexander Koroviakov
(1912–1993)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
cityscape, still life, and landscape painter
Elena Kostenko
(born 1926)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portraits, genre and still life painting
Nikolai Kostrov
(1901–1995)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
painter and graphic artist
Gevork Kotiantz
(1906–1996)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
still life and portrait painter
Mikhail Kozell
(1911–1993)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape painter
Engels Kozlov
(1926–2007)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, portrait, and still life painter
Marina Kozlovskaya
(born 1925)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait and landscape painter

L

Portrait Person
Piotr Litvinsky
(1927–2009)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
realist painter

M

Portrait Person
Dmitry Maevsky
(1917–1992)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape and portrait painter
Casimir Malevich photo.jpg
Casimir Malevich
(1878–1935)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
suprematist avante-garde painter
Self-portrait, 1908
Self-portrait, 1908
Flowergirl, 1903
Flowergirl, 1903
Portrait of woman, 1930
Portrait of woman, 1930
Valentina Monakhova
(born 1932)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, landscape, and portrait painter
Nikolai Mukho
(1913–1986)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
landscape and genre painter

N

Portrait Person
Mikhail Natarevich
(1907–1979)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
genre and history painter
Alexander Naumov
(born 1935)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre and landscape painter
Anatoli Nenartovich
(1915–1988)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
genre, cityscape, and still life painter
Samuil Nevelshtein
(1903–1983)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
portrait and landscape painter and graphic artist

O

Portrait Person
Dmitry Oboznenko
(1930–2002)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre and battle painting, landscape
Lev Orekhov
(1913–1992)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape and still life painter
Sergei Osipov
(1915–1985)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
landscape and still life painter
Vladimir Ovchinnikov
(1911–1978)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
landscape and genre painter

P

Portrait Person
Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin
(1878–1939)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
symbolist painter
Bathing of a Red Horse, 1912
Bathing of a Red Horse, 1912
On the Line of Fire, 1916
On the Line of Fire, 1916
Petrograd Madonna, 1918
Petrograd Madonna, 1918
Nikolai Pozdneev
(1930–1978)
Soviet Union
portrait, genre, and still life painter
Evgeny Pozdniakov
(1923–1991)
Soviet Union
landscape painter
Alexander Pushnin
(1921–1991)
Soviet Union
portrait and history painter

R

Portrait Person
Maria Rudnitskaya
(1916–1983)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
portrait, genre, and still life painter
Galina Rumiantseva
(1927–2004)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, genre, and still life painter
Kapitolina Rumiantseva
(1925–2002)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
still life painter
Lev Russov
(1926–1987)
Soviet Union
portrait, genre, and still life painter

S

Portrait Person
Alexander Samokhvalov
(1894–1971)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union

easel and monumental painter, graphic artist, book illustrator
Gleb Savinov
(1915–2000)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, portrait, and landscape painter
Alexander Semionov
(1922–1984)
Soviet Union
cityscape and landscape painter
Arseny Semionov
(1911–1992)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, genre, landscape, cityscape, and still life painter
(self-portrait, 1962)
Yuri Shablikin
(born 1932)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape and still life painter
Boris Shamanov
(1931–2009)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait, landscape, and still life painter
Nadezhda Shteinmiller
(1915–1991)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
painter, graphic and theater artist
Elena Skuin
(1908–1986)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
genre, landscape, and still life painter
Galina Smirnova
(b. 1929)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre and portrait painter
Alexander Sokolov
(1918–1973)
Soviet Union
genre and portrait painter
Alexander Stolbov
(born 1929)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
portrait and landscape painting

T

Portrait Person
Alexander Tatarenko
(1925–2000)
Soviet Union
genre, cityscape, and landscape painter
German Tatarinov
(1925–2006)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape painter
Victor Teterin
(1922–1991)
Soviet Union
genre, still life, and landscape painter
Nikolai Timkov
(1912–1993)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
landscape painter
Leonid Tkachenko
(b. 1927)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
realist and conceptual painter
Mikhail Trufanov
(1921–1988)
Soviet Union
genre and portrait painter
Vitaly Tulenev
(1937–1998)
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, portrait, and landscape painter

V

Portrait Person
Anatoli Vasiliev
(1917–1994)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, history, and landscape painter
Piotr Vasiliev
(1909–1989)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
genre painting, landscape, still life
Nina Veselova
(1922–1960)
Soviet Union
genre and history painting, portrait, still life
Rostislav Vovkushevsky
(1917–2000)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
genre, portrait, and still life painter

Z

Portrait Person
Sergei Zakharov
(1900–1993)
Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Russian Federation
painter, graphic artist, designer

See also

Sources

  • Artists of peoples of the USSR. Biography Dictionary. Volume 1. – Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1970.
  • Artists of peoples of the USSR. Biography Dictionary. Volume 2. – Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1972.
  • Fine Arts of the Leningrad. Exhibition Catalogue. – Leningrad: Khudozhnik RSFSR, 1976.
  • Directory of Members of Union of Artists of USSR. Volume 1,2. – Moscow: Soviet Artist Edition, 1979.
  • Directory of Members of the Leningrad branch of the Union of Artists of Russian Federation. – Leningrad: Khudozhnik RSFSR, 1980.
  • Artists of peoples of the USSR. Biography Dictionary. Volume 4 Book 1. – Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1983.
  • Directory of Members of the Leningrad branch of the Union of Artists of Russian Federation. – Leningrad: Khudozhnik RSFSR, 1987.
  • Artists of peoples of the USSR. Biography Dictionary. Volume 4 Book 2. – Saint Petersburg: Academic project humanitarian agency, 1995.
  • Link of Times: 1932 – 1997. Artists – Members of Saint Petersburg Union of Artists of Russia. Exhibition catalogue. – Saint Petersburg: Manezh Central Exhibition Hall, 1997.
  • Matthew C. Bown. Dictionary of 20th Century Russian and Soviet Painters 1900-1980s. – London: Izomar 1998.
  • Vern G. Swanson. Soviet Impressionism. – Woodbridge, England: Antique Collectors' Club, 2001.
  • Sergei V. Ivanov. Unknown Socialist Realism. The Leningrad School. – Saint-Petersburg: NP-Print Edition, 2007. – ISBN 5-901724-21-6, ISBN 978-5-901724-21-7.
  • Anniversary Directory graduates of Saint Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture named after Ilya Repin, Russian Academy of Arts. 1915 – 2005. – Saint Petersburg: Pervotsvet Publishing House, 2007.
  • Igor N. Pishny. The Leningrad School of painting. Socialist realism of 1930-1980s: Selected names. – Saint Petersburg: Kolomenskaya versta, 2008. – ISBN 978-5-91555-005-5.

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