One-picture Soviet art gallery
The author of the above painting – born 2 November 1950 in the Volyn region of Ukraine, Tamara Fyodorovna Nedoshevenko. She graduated from the Kiev State Art Institute (1975). And then, continued her art education in Moscow, in the creative workshops of the Academy of Arts of the USSR (1978). Her teachers were prominent Soviet artists V. Shatalin and S. Grigoriev. Mainly, she worked in the field of easel and monumental painting.
Alongside with Tamara Fyodorovna Nedoshevenko, this post features various Soviet artists who worked in the time of the USSR. Besides, most of these artists were members of the USSR Union of artists.
Category Archive: Soviet Art
One-picture Soviet art gallery
One-picture artists of Soviet period
In the above picture – painting by Soviet Estonian artist, Member of the USSR Union of Artists, Honored Artist of the Estonian SSR, Professor Valerian Tynuyevich Loik. This post is a continuation of the theme of artists, authors of one painting from my private collection. The images scanned from publications of the Soviet period – books, illustrated albums, magazines and catalogs of exhibitions of Soviet art.
Soviet Art Gallery of one-picture artists
For the lovers of art, and in particular, the Soviet period, I propose to get acquainted with another collection of works by artists of the period of the USSR. All images – scanned from Soviet catalogs, books and illustrated albums on Soviet fine arts, which I have been collecting for many years. In particular, the gallery includes works by artists of the Soviet period, performed in different genres – portraits of workers and artists, urban and industrial landscapes, still lifes and genre painting. However, they all belong to the art of socialist realism,
characterized by a close connection with life, social development through unique, individualized images of people and events. And, most importantly, reflecting the life of glorious Soviet past and present, they charged with the revolutionary romanticism and historical life-affirming optimism.
However, the method of socialist realism did not mean uniformity, although it assumed a single ideological and aesthetic basis of art. On the contrary, there is a diversity of individualities, genres, styles, artistic forms and national characteristics. Just look, for example, at the above picture – “The girls with cotton”, created in 1932 by Soviet artist A.N. Volkov.
Soviet artist Pyotr Petrovich Belousov
Honored Artist of the RSFSR. People’s Artist of the RSFSR, Corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Arts. An outstanding Russian artist, the pupil of Brodsky, Pyotr Petrovich Belousov is the author of the iconic Soviet painting “We’ll go the other way!” (1951). Also, he is the author of many paintings devoted to the leader of Great October revolution. Among most notable works – “VI Lenin among delegates of the Third Congress of the Komsomol”. (1949), etc. In addition, he is the author of drawings, etchings, lithographs, and bookplates.
He studied at the studios of the USSR Academy of Arts and in the “Community of Artists”. Participated in the exhibitions of the Society of A.I. Kuindzhi (1930).
The graduatee of the Academy of I.E. Repin (1933-1939) he received a diploma with honors for the painting “On the eve of October.” Participated in the largest exhibitions of Soviet art since 1930. Approved the head of the Department of Painting and Drawing of the Institute of I.E. Repin for the painting “Greek patriot in the fascist prison” (1956).
Soviet artist Mikhail Sergeyevich Barancheyev
Born in the village of Kalinovo of Moscow region, Mikhail Sergeyevich Barancheyev was fond of drawing since childhood. Fascinated by art, he studied in the studio of famous artist Alexander Buzovkin in the Serpukhov House of Pioneers. Later, he always remembered the teacher with gratitude, who for the rest of his life instilled in him a love of art. Barancheyev continued his artistic education in the Moscow Art College (1946-1947), and then entered the second year of the Moscow Art Institute of Surikov. His leaders were prominent Soviet artists professors F.A. Modorov and D.K. Mochalsky. At the same time he worked in the studio of military artists of Grekov.
In fact, it was at the institute, where they sacredly honored traditions of the Russian art school. Firmly believed in the principles of realistic art, he remained faithful to them throughout his creative life.
Soviet art through one picture artists
As a big fan of the USSR culture, I have a wide collection of paintings by various Soviet artists. However, from thousands of my albums, alongside with prominent Soviet artists and their galleries of paintings, there are artists of one picture. Sometimes, these artists died young (WWII, or an accident) and remained known as the authors of one-two painting created by them. Or, perhaps, they are one picture artists only for me, as I was able to find only one picture of a certain artist. However, as it often happens, one picture artist may become an author of lots of paintings, and if so, I will publish a separate post about such artist. It usually happens when I come across an illustrated album of an unknown before artist somewhere in this or that library. Meanwhile, scanned from different art catalogs, books, magazins and illustrated albums, these paintings may interest those who enjoy the art of the glorious USSR. The same as I do.
In the above picture – the work by Soviet artist Konstantin Alexeyevich Shurupov (1910-1985), member of the USSR Union of artists, born in Kharkov. In 1939 he graduated from Kiev Art institute, workshop of F. Krichevsky. He painted landscapes, still lifes and genre compositions. Lived and worked in Kiev. A participant of the Second World War, awarded with orders and medals.
Soviet graphic artist Vitaly Goryaev
Born 14 April 1910 in Tobolsk province, Vitaly Nikolaevich Goryaev – graphic illustrator, painter, and caricaturist. In 1921 the family moved to Chita, where he began his artistic career, publishing the first drawings in the newspaper “Transbaikalian Worker”. In 1929 he came to Moscow, where, on the advice and with the help of V.V. Mayakovsky, entered the Moscow Higher Art and Technical Institute (VKhTEIN). In 1931 he moved to the Moscow Polygraphic Institute, from which he graduated in 1934. His mentors in different years were D.S. Moore, V.A. Favorsky, A.A. Deineka and S. V. Gerasimov.
Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR (1932). Immediately after graduation, he began work as a cartoonist, and from the end of 1935 he collaborated with the magazine Crocodile, in which he served for 30 years. In the journal he worked and was friends with L.V. Soyfertis, Yu.A.Ganf, I.M. Semenov, L.G. Brodatov, etc.