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One-picture artists Soviet art gallery

One-picture artists Soviet art gallery

Fyodor Vasilievich Savostyanov (1924-2012). Kinder garten, 1951. Diploma work at the USSR Academy of Arts. One-picture artists Soviet art gallery

One-picture artists Soviet art gallery
This post features paintings of the various Soviet artists, and the above picture, in particular, belongs to Fedor Vasilyevich Savostyanov (December 23, 1924 – April 2, 2012). He was a Russian Soviet painter, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, and member of the the Leningrad organization of the Union of Artists of the RSFSR.
Born 23 December 1924 in the Bryansk region, he studied at the Odessa Art College. At the age of 17 he volunteered for the front. He fought at Stalingrad, Southern, 4th Ukrainian and 2nd Ukrainian fronts. Wounded three times, he received the Order of the Patriotic War of the 2nd degree, medals “For Courage”, “For the Taking of Budapest”, and “For Victory over Germany”.
After demobilization he entered the Leningrad Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture of I. Repin. He studied in the workshops of Leonid Ovsyannikov, Boris Vogel, Alexander Zaitsev and Boris Ioganson. Participated in exhibitions since 1954. Mainly he painted portraits, landscapes, genre and battle paintings. The works of Fyodor Vasilyevich Savostyanov are in the Russian Museum, the Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections in Russia, Japan, Spain, Ukraine, France and other countries.

NV Toktaulov. Haymaking. 1975. One-picture artists Soviet art gallery

NV Toktaulov. Haymaking. 1975. One-picture artists Soviet art gallery

Nikolai Vasilievich Toktauulov – artist, painter, member of the Union of the USSR (1976), Honored Artist of the Mari SSR, and laureate of the Mari Komsomol Prize (1982). Born 8 June 1949 in the village of Tovanur, Sernursky district of the Mari ASSR, he graduated from the Yaroslavl Art College (1969). Then, studied in the Moscow Art Institute of Surikov. Generally, works in monumental and easel painting. Besides, he developed his recognizable style at the junction of national neo-romanticism, primitivism and symbolism.

One-picture artists Soviet art gallery