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Lyrical motifs in postwar Leningrad painting (Saint Petersburg, 1995)

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Zoya
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ArtistLev Russov
Year1957
LocationPrivate Collection, Russia

Retrospective Exhibition "Lyrical motifs in postwar Leningrad painting" (Russian: Лирика в произведениях ленинградских художников военного поколения) became one of the most notable event in the Saint Petersburg exhibition live of 1995.[1] The Exhibition took place in Nikolai Nekrasov Memorial Museum and was dedicated to 50th Anniversary of the Victory in Great Patriotic war of 1941–1945. There were exhibited 146 art works from private collections of more than 50 importrant masters of the Leningrad School of Painting.[2]

History and Organization

Exhibition was opened on May 5, and worked up to the end of June, 1995. Catalog was published.[3]

Contributing Artists

There were exhibited art works of Taisia Afonina, Piotr Alberti, Evgenia Antipova, Irina Baldina, Vsevolod Bazhenov, Piotr Belousov, Yuri Belov, Piotr Buchkin, Vladimir Chekalov, Evgeny Chuprun, Irina Dobrekova, Nikolai Galakhov, Abram Grushko, Alexei Eriomin, Mikhail Kaneev, Maya Kopitseva, Alexander Koroviakov, Elena Kostenko, Mikhail Kozell, Marina Kozlovskaya, Boris Lavrenko, Ivan Lavsky, Piotr Litvinsky, Dmitry Maevsky, Gavriil Malish, Valentina Monakhova, Alexei Mozhaev, Nikolai Mukho, Mikhail Natarevich, Anatoli Nenartovich, Samuil Nevelshtein, Lev Orekhov, Sergei Osipov, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Nikolai Pozdneev, Evgeny Pozdniakov, Galina Rumiantseva, Kapitolina Rumiantseva, Lev Russov, Alexander Samokhvalov, Alexander Semionov, Nadezhda Shteinmiller, Alexander Sokolov, German Tatarinov, Nikolai Timkov, Mikhail Tkachev, Leonid Tkachenko, Anatoli Vasiliev, Piotr Vasiliev, Igor Veselkin, Rostislav Vovkushevsky, Lazar Yazgur, Ruben Zakharian, Maria Zubreeva, and some other artists.[4]

Contributed Artworks

For the Exhibition were selected art works created in 1940-1980s. Some of them were exhibited before, some paintings were shown in the first time. In general, exhibition presented lyrical motifs in painting of the middle – second half of the twentieth century by the postwar generations of Leningrad artists.

Genre painting was represented of "A Worker – innovator" by Yuri Belov, "A Memory" by Irina Dobrekova, "At the bathing pool" by Maya Kopitseva, "Children playing" by Elena Kostenko, "Grand reception of sailors" by Alexei Mozhaev, "Oriental courtyard" by Valentina Monakhova, "A Citizen" by Mikhail Natarevich, "Asphalting" by Anatoli Nenartovich, "On the beach" by Alexander Samokhvalov, "Grain has gone" by Alexander Sokolov, and some others.[5]

Portrait painting was represented of "Portrait of wife" by Piotr Alberti, "Portrait of artist Margarita Ruban" by Taisia Afonina, "Model as a Hunter" by Yuri Belov, "Portrait of Young Woman" by Piotr Belousov, "Portrait of sculptor Igor Krestovsky" by Piotr Buchkin, "Junior Sergeant", "A Head of Soldier" by Vladimir Chekalov, "Sasha Kuznetsov" by Alexander Koroviakov, "A Girl with Red Ribbon" by Samuil Nevelshtein, "Zoya", "Kira" by Lev Russov, "A Boy" by Alexander Sokolov, "A Head of Old Man" by Leonid Tkachenko, and some others.[6]

Landscape and Cityscape painting was represented "At the Old Tuchkov bridge" by Taisia Afonina, "Denmark on the horizon" by Vsevolod Bazhenov, "Summer on Vetluga River", "Summer in Kem" by Nikolai Galakhov, "A March" by Dmitry Maevsky, "Blooming Meadow" by Gavriil Malish, "Early green", "Wildflowers" by Sergei Osipov, "Spring is on the way", "Moonlight night on the Volga River" by Vladimir Ovchinnikov, "Rafts on the Kama River", "Pier in Yelabuga" by Anatoli Vasiliev, "Pier on Oka River" by Igor Veselkin, "Old Novgorod" by Rostislav Vovkushevsky, of and some others.[7]

Still life painting was represented of "Still life with Pussy-Willows" by Taisia Afonina, "Peonies and Cherry" by Piotr Alberti, "Guests had left" by Yuri Belov, "Tea service on the green table-cloth" by Maya Kopitseva, "Autumn still life" by Alexander Koroviakov, "Roses" by Samuil Nevelshtein, "Dandelions" by Sergei Osipov, and some others.[8]

Acknowledgment

Exhibition was widely covered in press[9] and in literature on Soviet fine art.[10]

See also

References

  1. ^ Sergei V. Ivanov. Unknown Socialist Realism. The Leningrad School. Saint Petersburg: NP-Print Edition, 2007. P.405, 423. ISBN 5-901724-21-6, ISBN 978-5-901724-21-7
  2. ^ Лирика в произведениях художников военного поколения. Выставка произведений. Каталог. СПб., Мемориальный музей Н. А. Некрасова, 1995.
  3. ^ Лирика в произведениях художников военного поколения. Выставка произведений. Каталог. СПб., Мемориальный музей Н. А. Некрасова, 1995.
  4. ^ Лирика в произведениях художников военного поколения. Выставка произведений. Каталог. СПб., Мемориальный музей Н. А. Некрасова, 1995.
  5. ^ Лирика в произведениях художников военного поколения. Выставка произведений. Каталог. СПб., Мемориальный музей Н. А. Некрасова, 1995.
  6. ^ Лирика в произведениях художников военного поколения. Выставка произведений. Каталог. СПб., Мемориальный музей Н. А. Некрасова, 1995.
  7. ^ Лирика в произведениях художников военного поколения. Выставка произведений. Каталог. СПб., Мемориальный музей Н. А. Некрасова, 1995.
  8. ^ Лирика в произведениях художников военного поколения. Выставка произведений. Каталог. СПб., Мемориальный музей Н. А. Некрасова, 1995.
  9. ^ Арсеньева З. Немного лирики // "Пятница". Еженедельное приложение к газете "Час Пик", 8 мая 1995.
  10. ^ Sergei V. Ivanov. Unknown Socialist Realism. The Leningrad School. Saint Petersburg, NP-Print Edition, 2007. P.405, 423.

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  • Арсеньева З. Немного лирики // "Пятница". Еженедельное приложение к газете "Час Пик", 8 мая 1995.
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