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Painting Portrait of a girl Glushchenko Nikolay Petrovich

Painting Portrait of a girl Glushchenko Nikolay Petrovich

SKU:Vern879

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*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "Portrait of a girl"
* ARTISTS: Glushchenko Nikolay Petrovich
* SIZE: 50x60 cm/'19.68x23.62 inches', frame size: 63x73 cm/'24.80x28.74 inches'
* MEDIUM: paper
* 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: Glushchenko Nikolay Petrovich was born in the city of Novomoskovsk, Yekaterinoslav province (now the Dnipropetrovsk region). In 1918 he graduated from a commercial school in the city of Yuzovka (now Donetsk). Soon Glushchenko was enlisted into the Volunteer Army of Denikin for mobilization. After some time, with the remnants of the White Guard units, he ended up in Poland. There he ended up in an internment camp, and from there fled to Germany. He studied at the School-Studio of Hans Balushek in Berlin. In the years 1920-24. studied at the Berlin higher school of fine arts. In 1925 he moved to Paris, where he fell under the influence of the French Impressionists: C. Monet, E. Degas, A. Matisse, V. Van Gogh. He created portraits of Romain Roland and Henri Barbusse and others. He designed the Soviet pavilion of the Lyon Fair.
By the beginning of the 1930s, the creative appearance of Glushchenko was finally formed, he appeared as a talented master with his own original face. His paintings are characterized by impressionism, a subtle sense of decorative expressiveness of color and freedom of expression.
In 1934, the artist made a creative trip to Spain, the Balearic Islands and Mallorca. In 1936 he returned to Moscow, and in 1944 he moved to Kiev.
Living in Berlin and Paris, Glushchenko combined the role of an artist and a scout. During the life of Nikolai Glushchenko, none of his acquaintances and colleagues in his work knew about his work in intelligence. He was one of those who in advance (in January 1940) informed the Soviet government of the impending attack of Nazi Germany. As you know, ignoring this information turned into a tragedy for the USSR on June 22, 1941. He received this information during the exhibition of folk art of the USSR in Berlin, at which he was the organizer.
Glushchenko worked in various painting genres, but his favorite theme was landscape. Such, for example, is the early series “Berlin Studies” (1939), cycles of documentary landscapes of post-war Kiev (1944), paintings: “March on the Dnieper” (1947), “Kiev Autumn” (1950), “Thaw” (1956), “ Winter Sun ”(1956),“ Spring in the Carpathians ”(1957),“ Spring near Kiev ”(1961),“ May Color ”(1971),“ May ”,“ The Sun at Sea ”(1974), landscape travel cycles in Italy, France, Belgium, Switzerland and many others.
For more than thirty years, Glushchenko’s art has been directly linked to Ukraine. The bewitching beauty of his native land, the work of people were a constant and powerful source of his inspiration. He devoted many paintings, sketches, drawings to his native nature, its enchanting unique beauty.
Glushchenko was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, had the title of People's Artist of Ukraine and People's Artist of the USSR, was a laureate of the State Prize. T. G. Shevchenko. The master’s paintings are in many Ukrainian and foreign museums and private collections. In the 1970s, the artist was fond of the technique of monotype and created in it a number of beautiful floral still lifes.
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