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Oil painting On the kitchen Victor Ivanovich Zaretsky
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№Vern 260


*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "On the kitchen"
* ARTISTS: Victor Ivanovich Zaretsky
* SIZE: 150x120 cm/59.05x47.24 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, canvas
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection

* CONDITION: we tried to convey the maximum information with the help of photos about this product

Dear friends in order to ensure maximum safety to the painting - we will send the painting rolled on a roll and after receiving you can pull it onto the stretcher.

About the artists: Victor Ivanovich Zaretsky (1925-1990) - Ukrainian Soviet artist, teacher, public figure.
Born on February 8, 1925 in the city of Belopol (now Sumy region, Ukraine). Father - Ivan Antonovich worked as an accountant, mother Maria Andreevna (née Kolomiytseva) - pianist, music teacher.

During the events of 1918-1919, the families of Viktor Zaretsky’s parents supported the General A. Denikin Volunteer Army. In 1925, Zaretsky moved to Donbass, fearing persecution. The artist’s childhood and youth were spent in the working villages of Gorlovka and Stalin (now Donetsk), where his father worked as an accountant in the then-created chemical industry.

In 1943-1945 he served in the reserve regiment. After demobilization, he lived with his parents for some time in the village of Obidimo near Tula. He took private lessons from the painter L. Orekhov there.

In 1946 he entered the art school at the Kiev State Art Institute, where he studied under Gennady Titov.

Teachers at the Kiev Art Institute, where he entered in 1947, are K. Eleva, M. Sharonov, S. Grigoriev. He was a Repin and Stalin scholarship holder. The diploma painting "Queue at the Lenin Mausoleum" received the highest mark. After graduating from the institute in 1953, Zaretsky remained in it to teach. In 1953 he married classmate Alla Gorskaya, in 1954 their son Alex was born.

Together with his wife Alla Gorskaya, he was a leader of the sixties movement. After curtailing the liberal course and increasing pressure from the authorities, he replaced Les Tanyuk in 1963 as chairman of the Sovremennik Club of Creative Youth. This rotation was agreed with L. Tanyuk. As a participant in the war, a member of the Communist Party, a member of the Union of Artists, he introduced himself to the leadership of a compromise figure. Nevertheless, the Club's course has not changed and it was soon dissolved.

Alla Gorskaya was killed on November 28, 1970, as many then believed [who?], Under mysterious circumstances. In 1977, Viktor Zaretsky married his teacher’s daughter Maya Grigorieva.

He died after a long serious illness on August 23, 1990. He was buried in the City (Berkovetsky cemetery) in the grave of his mother and father, next to his wife.

The creativity of Victor Zaretsky is characterized by a multi-vector stylistic approach, the search for new in traditional. The early canvases are marked by an expressive composition, rhythm, silhouette, searches for national character.

Reserve: $16,500.00

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    №Vern 260


    *** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
    * TITLE: "On the kitchen"
    * ARTISTS: Victor Ivanovich Zaretsky
    * SIZE: 150x120 cm/59.05x47.24 inches'
    * MEDIUM: oil, canvas
    * HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection

    * CONDITION: we tried to convey the maximum information with the help of photos about this product

    Dear friends in order to ensure maximum safety to the painting - we will send the painting rolled on a roll and after receiving you can pull it onto the stretcher.

    About the artists: Victor Ivanovich Zaretsky (1925-1990) - Ukrainian Soviet artist, teacher, public figure.
    Born on February 8, 1925 in the city of Belopol (now Sumy region, Ukraine). Father - Ivan Antonovich worked as an accountant, mother Maria Andreevna (née Kolomiytseva) - pianist, music teacher.

    During the events of 1918-1919, the families of Viktor Zaretsky’s parents supported the General A. Denikin Volunteer Army. In 1925, Zaretsky moved to Donbass, fearing persecution. The artist’s childhood and youth were spent in the working villages of Gorlovka and Stalin (now Donetsk), where his father worked as an accountant in the then-created chemical industry.

    In 1943-1945 he served in the reserve regiment. After demobilization, he lived with his parents for some time in the village of Obidimo near Tula. He took private lessons from the painter L. Orekhov there.

    In 1946 he entered the art school at the Kiev State Art Institute, where he studied under Gennady Titov.

    Teachers at the Kiev Art Institute, where he entered in 1947, are K. Eleva, M. Sharonov, S. Grigoriev. He was a Repin and Stalin scholarship holder. The diploma painting "Queue at the Lenin Mausoleum" received the highest mark. After graduating from the institute in 1953, Zaretsky remained in it to teach. In 1953 he married classmate Alla Gorskaya, in 1954 their son Alex was born.

    Together with his wife Alla Gorskaya, he was a leader of the sixties movement. After curtailing the liberal course and increasing pressure from the authorities, he replaced Les Tanyuk in 1963 as chairman of the Sovremennik Club of Creative Youth. This rotation was agreed with L. Tanyuk. As a participant in the war, a member of the Communist Party, a member of the Union of Artists, he introduced himself to the leadership of a compromise figure. Nevertheless, the Club's course has not changed and it was soon dissolved.

    Alla Gorskaya was killed on November 28, 1970, as many then believed [who?], Under mysterious circumstances. In 1977, Viktor Zaretsky married his teacher’s daughter Maya Grigorieva.

    He died after a long serious illness on August 23, 1990. He was buried in the City (Berkovetsky cemetery) in the grave of his mother and father, next to his wife.

    The creativity of Victor Zaretsky is characterized by a multi-vector stylistic approach, the search for new in traditional. The early canvases are marked by an expressive composition, rhythm, silhouette, searches for national character.

    Reserve: $16,500.00

    Shipping:
  • Domestic: Flat-rate of $40.00 (regular) or $65.00 (UPS) to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.
  • International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination. International shipping may be subject to VAT.
  • Combined shipping: Please ask about combined shipping for multiple lots before bidding.
  • Location: This item ships from the Ukraine.

    Your purchase is protected:
    Photos, descriptions, and estimates were prepared with the utmost care by a fully certified expert and appraiser. All items in this sale are guaranteed authentic.

    In the rare event that the item did not conform to the lot description in the sale, Jasper52 specialists are here to help. Buyers may return the item for a full refund provided you notify Jasper52 within 5 days of receiving the item.
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