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 B.Sveshnikov (1927-1998) The Footprints on the Snow, 1968 Oil on canvas, 64 x 105 cm

B.Sveshnikov
(1927-1998)
The Footprints on the Snow, 1968
Oil on canvas, 64 x 105 cm
 

BORIS PETROVICH SVESHNIKOV (1927-1998)
Painter, graphic artist. Studied at the Moscow Institute of Applied and Decorative Arts (1945-46). Arrested on a charge of antisoviet activity (1946) and was in a prison camp in Ukhta, in Komi Republic. (1946-1953). Rehabilitated in 1956. Participation in exhibitions from 1958 ( World exhibition EXPO-58, Soviet section). Was exhibited in Tarusa, in the Institute of World Economics And International Relations (jointly with L.Kropivnitsky, V.Nemukhin, D.Plavinsky, O.Rabin), park "Hermitage". Was on display abroad: in Switzerland (1970), Germany, France, Italy, the USA, Switzerland (1974, 1979), the USA (1978, 1981, 1983) and many others. His works are kept in private collections in Russia and abroad, in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, the Arkhangelsk Art Museum, Ludvig's Museum (Cologne), the National Gallery of Berlin, museums of the USA, etc.

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