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Oil painting Weeping willows Buryachok Nikolai Ivanovich

Oil painting Weeping willows Buryachok Nikolai Ivanovich


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№Vern 63

* TITLE: "Weeping willows"
* ARTISTS: Buryachok Nikolai Ivanovich
* SIZE: 24x35 cm/'9.44x13.77 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, cardboard
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection

* CONDITION: we tried to convey the maximum information with the help of photos about this product
* This item was auctioned in Kiev auction

About the artist: Born on August 05 (18?) In 1911 in Kiev. Son I. Buryachka. He studied at the Kiev Art Institute (1940), at the Academy of Arts in Latvia (1945-50). Teachers in the specialty: L. Swamp and V. Skulme. Architect, painter, restorer, art critic. He used the subjects of folk arts and crafts, expanding the boundaries of the genre, as well as landscape works, in which he synthesized the traditions of Russian painting. His work is characterized by laconicism. He worked as an artist in the House of Culture factory "Bolshevik" (1933-1935). As a decorator he participated in the design of performances of the Kiev Opera, the Kiev Theater of Musical Comedy and the Youth Theater. The main works are “Self-portrait”, “Sophia of Kiev Court” (1957), “Summer”, “View on the Hem” (1958), “Dahlias” (1959), “Sea Waves” (1960), “Flowers on the Window”, “House in Sednev” (1962), “Winter landscape in the Crimea” (1963). He participated in the painting of the plafonds in the Palace of Culture of the Coke and Chemical Plant in the city of Gorlovka, Donetsk Region (1951), in the development of the project of the Arc de Triomphe of the reunification of Russia and Ukraine in Kiev, executed a panel (sketch and its embodiment) in the House of Culture in New Kakhovka, Kherson Region (1956) . He participated in the restoration of the frescoes of St. Sophia Cathedral and the restoration of the Bakhchisarai Palace in Crimea (1957-1963). He created a number of mosaic panels in various cities of Ukraine: school number 22 in the city of Kremenchug, Poltava region (1965); front wall of the restaurant of the Zhuliany airport in Kiev (1970). He lived and worked in Kiev, died on January 13, 1977.
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