Аnatoly Zverev (1931-1986) 1970's Russia

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Аnatoly Zverev (1931-1986) 1970's Russia

Size: 49,0 x 35,0 cm (

oil on cardboard

Anatoly (Anatoli) Zverev (1931–1986) was a Russian artist, a member of the non-conformist movement and a founder of Russian Expressionism in the 1960s. He spent all of his life in Moscow.

Zverev's work was admired by Pablo Picasso, and he exhibited around the world. Igor Markevitch, the French-Ukrainian conductor, said of him, "His place is in the Pantheon," and the Russian painter Robert Falk said, "Artists of that calibre are born only in 100 years." However, he did not have a solo show in Russia until shortly before his death in 1986 and his work was exhibited in small, underground galleries. Throughout his career he was harassed and persecuted by the Soviet authorities especially as his international success grew.

Item Details

Reference #:
Zverev
Quantity
1
Category
Fine Art
Department
Antiques
Year
1970's
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
13.00 x 19.00 x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
perfect
Material
cardboard/oil