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Chernoknizhny Grigory Petrovich

Chernoknizhny Grigory Petrovich

(1915 – 1993)

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Chernoknizhny Grigory Petrovich – was born on 23rd of January, 1915 in the Second Ukrainians, modern Russia. He studied at the Kharkiv Art Institute. Mentors: Kozik M., Prokhorov S., Samokish M. Worked in the field of easel and monumental painting. Since 1957 he took part in republican and foreign exhibitions. Major works: "Lieutenant Ermolaev`s feat" (1945); "Verkhovinka", "The Milkmaid" (1957); "Star. Lenin and Dzerzhinsky " (1959 - 1960); "Revolutionary Russia" (1967) and others. The artist died in 1993.

"Still life with roses" "Still life with roses"

61x41 cm
$600
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