Vasily Baksheev is an excellent master of writing in the open air, his palette is light and airy, the master’s brush captured the finest, unique shades and transitions of tones. The painting of Vasily Baksheev is inherent in a quality that is very dear to a person brought up in the spirit of Russian culture, this quality is sincerity, sincerity.
Fedorovsky Fedor Fedorovich – Soviet artist-painter and graphic artist
The author of the text is Valery Rublev. May 15, 2020.
Fedor Fedorovich Fedorovsky (1883-1955) – Soviet artist-painter and graphic artist. Fedorovsky was known primarily as a theater artist.
Alexey Alekseevich Shovkunenko artist, teacher, professor, People’s Artist of the USSR, full member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR.
Anatoly Galaktionovich Petritsky (1895-1964) Russian, Ukrainian and Soviet painter, graphic artist, theater artist and teacher. Graduated from the Kiev Art School (1918). Studied at the Moscow VKHUTEMAS (1922-1924) with the avant-garde artists A.D. Drevin and N.A. Udaltsova. As a theater artist (since 1914) he was influenced by stylistic tendencies and constructivism. Author of easel paintings, including a series of portraits of Ukrainian writers, as well as posters and illustrations. Twice laureate of the Stalin Prize of the USSR in 1949 and 1951, People’s Artist of the USSR (1944). Academician of the USSR Academy of Arts (1947).
Soviet graphic artist; cartoonist, satire master, poster artist, sculptor. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR. Corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Arts (1954). Laureate of the Lenin Prize (1961) and two Stalin Prizes of the third degree (1950, 1952). Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1955). People’s Artist of the RSFSR (1963). People’s Artist of the USSR (1971).
Soviet artist-painter, graphic artist. Honored Artist of the Georgian SSR. People’s Artist of the Georgian SSR. People’s Artist of the USSR. Honored Art Worker of Abkhazia, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR.
Five legendary Soviet cafes and restaurants in Moscow: vegans don’t belong here
In Moscow restaurants, you can be served volovanov with Kamchatka crab, avocado and lime match, and champagne from the cellars of almost Bonaparte’s time. But life shows that pretentious establishments work for a couple of years, and then change the sign and concept. And there are places in the capital that have been open since Soviet times. It is cheap here, not always spotlessly clean, but tasty. We present our rating of the best Soviet cafes and restaurants in Moscow, take your pick!