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Soviet artist Anatoly Yudin

Crows. Cardboard, oil. 1970s. Soviet artist Anatoly Yudin

Crows. Cardboard, oil. 1970s. Soviet artist Anatoly Yudin (1925-1999)

Soviet artist Anatoly Yudin was born August 2, 1925 in the village of Studentsy, Samara Province, the USSR. An amateur artist, Anatoly did not receive formal art education, but this did not prevent him from becoming a member of the USSR Union of Artists in 1973. Craving for painting has appeared in childhood, and never left him throughout life. The most serious artistic training became lessons under the guidance of prominent Soviet artist Konstantin Yuon in Moscow graphic studio for invalids of the Great Patriotic War (1944 – 1950). Genre of painting in which the artist worked – landscape and portrait. In 1950-75 he lived in Kuibyshev, and in 1975 – 1999 – lived and worked in Leninogorsk, Tatarstan.

Arable land. canvas on cardboard, oil. 1970. Soviet artist Anatoly Yudin

Arable land. canvas on cardboard, oil. 1970. Painting by Soviet artist Anatoly Yudin

Soviet artist Anatoly Yudin

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