Russian art of the second half of the XX century
Russian art of the second half of the XX century
OLDER GENERATION ARTISTS
Rostislav Barto. Mountain Road
1960s | Tempera, oil on paper. 64,5 × 44,3
Yury Vesnetsov. Lady Hare
1960 | Oil on cardboard, plywood. 78,3×68,5
Alexander Vedernikov. Nude Model
1967 | Watercolor, wax pencil, gouache, ink, brush on paper. 23,5 × 17,3
Leonid Zusman. Bolshaya Polyanka. Father
1961 | Oil on cardboard. 80,5×106
Andrey Goncharov. Still Life
1956 | Oil on canvas. 60,5×81
Boris Yermolayev. In the Park of Culture and Leisure. At the Pier
1954 | Watercolor on paper. 36,7 × 52
Porfiry Krylov. Roses in a Jar
1967 | Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 30×39,5
Vasili Komardenkov. From the Russian Street Theatre series
1960s | Watercolor, gouache, silver paint, pastel, felt-tip pen, ink, brush on paper. 65 × 44,2
Eduard Krimmer. Shura – Painter
1972 | Oil on canvas
Valentin Kurdov. In Pasture. From the series "At the Pyatigorsk Hippodrome"
1984 | Watercolor, white on paper. 49,6×64,5
Alexander Labas. On the way to Moscow
1961 | Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard. 49 × 70
Tatiana Mawrina. Zagorsk. Gorodets Painting
1969 | Tempera, gouache, silver paint on paper. 38,3 × 53,8
Dmitry Mitrokhin. Fruit with Bee
1966 | Watercolor and graphite pencil on paper. 14,4×13,3 (13,8×12,5)
Maria Myslina. Illustration
1960s | Oil, gouache on cardboard. 49,8 × 33,7
Yuriy Pimenov (with Gennadiy Yepishin) Sketch for the setting of the theatre production of L. Andreyev’s play "He Who Gets Slapped" in the Russian Army Theatre
1972 | Tempera on paper. 43,2×60,8
Fedor Platov. Street Lights
1960 | Watercolor and gouache on paper. 65,2×91,5
Boris Rybchenkov. Moscow. Bright Evening
1966 | Oil on canvas. 83,5×183,5
Semenov-Amursky Fedor. Male Head
1972 | Oil on cardboard. 40 × 50
Leonid (Veniamin) Soyfertis. In a Children's Millinery
1948 | Watercolor, ink, pen on paper. 28,5 × 36
Vladimir Chernetsov. Breakfast in Primorskoe Village
1964 | Oil on cardboard. 49,5×67,5
Boris Chernyshev. Volkhonka Street by the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
1947 | Tempera on paper. 40×51
Vasily Shukhaev. Sunset
1960 | Tempera on canvas. 60,2 × 70
Dmitry Shmarinov. Romeo. Sketch for an illustration of Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet"
1966 | Watercolor, graphite pencil, pastel, ink, brush on paper. 32 × 27,8 (26,6 × 20,4)
LEFT MOSKh (MOSCOW UNION OF ARTISTS)
Andronov Nikolay. Artist’s Family in the Interior
1981 | Oil on fiberboard. 96,5×123
Alexander Belashov. Chukotka
1959 | Wax crayon on paper. 65 × 49,8
Andrey Vasnetsov. Still Life with Pumpkin
ca. 1956 | Oil on canvas. 143,5×175,5
Eleonora Zharenova. Riding Hall
1961 | Oil on canvas. 90×130
Guriy Zakharov. Still Life with Reeds on a Crate
1987 | Watercolor on paper. 101,7×73,2
Mikhail Ivanov. Bruges
1991 | Oil on canvas. 46×38,3
Geliy Korzhev. Portrait of Dramatists O. Pyzhova and G. Nikitin
1975 | Oil on canvas
Pavel Nikonov. Village Forge
1985 | Oil on canvas. 110×110
Victor Popkov. At the Table with Flowers. From the “State Farm "Izhevsk"” series
1961 - 1962 | Gouache on paper. 83,3×59,5
ANDERGROUND. 1960–1970
Peter Belenok. First and Last
1981 | Tempera, ink and collage on fibreboard. 44×44
Anatoly Brusilovsky. Golgotha
1974 | Collage, ink and airbrush on cardboard. 48,7×53,7
Vladimir Weisberg. Venus and Cactus
1960 | Oil on canvas. 91,5×83,5
Nikolay Vechtomov. System Z
1993 | Ink, brush, watercolor on paper. 61×86
Anatoly Zverev. Children
1956 | Ink on paper. 37 × 31,7 (25,3 × 22)
Ilya Kabakov. Window
1983 | Ink and yellow pencil on paper. 21×29,7 (20×28,7)
Dmitry Krasnopevtsev. Still Life with Two Cones
1959 | Oil on cardboard. 41,8×47,2
Victor Pivovarov. Dog
1968 | Ink on paper. 14,7 × 17,8
Vladimir Pyatnitsky. Women Friends
1950s | Graphite pencil on paper. 28,8×20,5
Boris Sveshnikov. Homeless Shelter
1997 | Ink, pen on paper. 30,7 × 42,8 (29 × 41,2)
SEVENTIES ARTISTS
Garif Basyrov. Boy with Ball. № 1 From the “Danger 2” series
1985 | Watercolor, color pencils, ink and pen on toned paper. 64,7×49,7
Olga Grechina. Team-leader Valya Sinyavskaya
1975 | Graphite pencil, ink, and brush on paper. 55,5×79,5
Andrey Grositsky. Composition with Bread
2005 |Oil on canvas, mounted on cardboard, mixed media. 155×120
Adolf Demko. Landscape
1970s | Colored Autolithography. 52,3 x 61,8 (40,4 x 52,5)
Peter Kiselev. Korkin's Apartment. Set design sketch for the Mosfilm Studios film “They're Calling, Open the Door"
1965 | Tempera on thin cardboard. 55 × 70
Alexander Livanov. From the Hogweed series
1988 | Black pencil on paper. 41,2 × 32,5
Boris Markevich. Small Mirror
1991 | Watercolor on canvas. 43×49,2
Natalya Nesterova. Grape Harvest
1984 | Oil on canvas. 100×150
Konstantin Nikolsky. Still Life with Plants and Art Materials
1980s | Pencil on paper. 42 × 59,2
Vladislav Ratner. Chess Players
1980s | Oil on canvas. 125 × 149,5
Igor Rublev. Winter Evening
1960s | Oil on glossy paper. 28,7 × 41
Evgeny Chubarov. Composition with Figures
1985 | Ink, brush on paper. 44,3 × 61,4
Nikolai Shtamm. Red Sun
1970 | Oil in canvas. 79×119
LENINGRAD
Olga Bogaevskaya. Children's Party
1980 | Oil on canvas. 147×132,5
Vladimir Vasilkovsky. The Black Shawl. Based on Alexander Pushkin
1978 | Collage. Watercolor on colored paper. 100 × 140
Elizaveta Vasnetsova. Still life
1970s | Oil on paper. 55 × 43,2
Anatoly Kiselev. Landscape
1960-1970s | Watercolor, wax pastel and white on gray paper. 44,8 × 50
Andrey Mylnikov. Landscape with a Figure Among Birches
1983 | Oil on plywood. 30 × 25,3
Yury Penushkin. On the Jetty
1970 | Oil on canvas. 118,5×97,5
Alexander Savinov. Road to the Lake
1983 | Oil on canvas. 97,5×103
Tatiana Fedorova. Nevsky Prospekt. Sketch for a painting
1989 | Oil on paper 39×33,3
ARTISTS OF THE VLADIMIR SCHOOL OF PAINTING
Victor Bobrov. Kiosk on the Corner
Late 1950s | Oil on cardboard. 53,2 × 73,3
Nikolai Danilin. Meeting
1987 | Oil on canvas on hardboard. 140 × 129
Nikolay Kurnikov. Ships
1960s | Oil on cardboard. 48,5 × 68
Yuri Matushevsky. Village by the River
1960s | Oil on cardboard. 50,5×70
Veniamin Safonov. Tourists
1960 | Oil on cardboard. 50 × 70
CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS
Nikita Alekseev. Isn't it an orange? Is it an orange? From the "Seabound Things" series
2018 | Watercolor, ink on paper. 45,3 x 30,4 (43,2 x 28,3)
Konstantin Batynkov. From the series She Who Runs on the Waves
2005 | Acrylic on paper. 160,5 × 106
Ivan Sotnikov. Still Life with Canapes
2015 | Acrylic on fibreboard. 40,1 × 96,5
Irina Filatova. School № 1
2010 | Oil on canvas. 140,5×150
Vladimir Shinkarev. Old Village
2017 | Oil on canvas. 55×69,5
SCULPTURE
Mikhail Anikushin. A.P. Chekhov
1996 | Tinted plaster. H. 38,5
Mikhail Baburin. On Russian Soil (Celebration)
1975 | Plaster. H. 50,5
Iya Venkova. Distinguished Swine-Herd
1952 | Terracotta. H. 41,2
Alexander Belashov. Reindeer Herder’s Family
1967 | Painted and glazed clay. H. 45,5
Alexander Bogoslovsky. Torso
1970s | Tinted wood. H. 82
Klavdiya Demina. Harvest
1958 | Maiolica. H. 37,5; 46; 41
Alexander Zagorbinin. Harvest
1978 | Terracotta. H. 61
Boris Kaplyansky. Zhenya
Around 1978 | Ceramics, glazing. H. 28,7
Anatoly Kiselev. White Nights
1963 | Porcelain, overglaze painting. H. 32,2
Antonina Ladur. Camel and Llama
1960s | Ceramics, overglaze painting. 20,5 × 28,5
Irina Nikonova. Harvest
1978 | Majolica. H. 68,7
Adelaida Pologova. The City. Foyer design model for the State Republican Puppet Theatre in Tashkent
1978 | Painted and glazed ceramic. 41×72
Fyodor Reshetnikov. Igor Grabar. Charicature
1962 | Tinted plaster. H. 60
Andrey Semchenko. Nude Girl
1960s | Bisqued clay. H. 51
Vasily Stamov. Nude
1980s | Plaster. H 40
Kira Suvorova. Motherhood
1959 | Majolica. H. 31,5
Dmitry Tugarinov. Horse Head
1976–1977 | Stone. H. 49,5
Sofia Tugarinova. Nude
1957 | Porcelain, underglaze, gold lustre. H. 16,8
Alexander Tyshler. Dryad 2
1960 | Painted wood. H. 78,5
Maria Kharlamova. Mother and Child
1983 | Wood. 88×57
Maria Kholodnaya. Galya at the piano. Music lesson. Fragment
1945 | Painted faience. 40×22
Joseph Chaikov. The Circus. Sketch
1941 | Zinc. H 27
Dmitry Shakhovskoy. Mother with Child
1950s | Painted ceramic. H. 29
Lyubov Chufarovskaya. Girl
1960s | Majolica. H. 38,2