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"Zhenskaya Figura 1968 18x27" by Gennady Zubkov - Reduced
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Zhenskaya Figura 1968 18x27

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1968

Gennady Zubkov

Original Painting
Oil on Canvas

Size: 18 x 27 in  |  46 x 69 cm

 
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ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Signed on the verso
Condition: Excellent
Framed without Glass : Original wood frame from the artist
Provenance : Private collection.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Gennady Zubkov

Art Brokerage: Born in 1940 in Perm, Russia, Gennady Zubkov lives and works today in St. Petersburg. He graduated from the Painting and Graphic Department of the Leningrad Pedagogical Institute in 1968. From 1963 - 1973, Zubkov studied the concepts of Impressionism, Cubism, Suprematism, and Matushin's color theory under the tutelage of Vladimir Sterligov, a student of Malevich. From Sterligov's "spherical geometry theory", Zubkov derived a new painting technique, "form creates form." As an "unofficial" artist, Zubkov worked from 1962 - 1977 as an artist-designer in the Botanical Gardens where he was able to continue working with color and form, as well as exploring relationships between spirituality and art.From 1986 to present, he has taught painting to young artists and has founded the artistic groups "Form+ Color" and "17 April." He is a member of many artist associations including the International Federation of Artists (IFA), and the Society of "Free Culture." The artist has displayed his works in more than 150 personal and group exhibitions.