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Dmitry Zhilinsky was one of the most important Soviet artists of the 1960s. He studied under some of the era’s greats: Pavel Korin, Semyon Chuikov, Alexei Gritsai, Vladimir Favorsky, and Ivan Efimov. He painted numerous different narrative, landscape and still life paintings, but also worked a great deal in the portrait genre. His subjects included the musician Salivator’s Richter, the artists Vladimir Favorsky, Ivan Efimov, and Nikolai Chernyshev, well-known writers and composers, and members of his own family. In the 1990s Zhilinsky created a series of formal portraits of members of the Danish royal family. Many of his works, including “Self Portrait” (1993), are held in the Institute of Russian Realist Art collection.

Details

  • Title: Self-portrait
  • Creator: Dmitry D. Zhilinsky (1927-2015)
  • Date Created: 1993
  • Physical Dimensions: 52,3 x 72,3 cm
  • Subject Keywords: Self-portrait, Artist, Cock, Flowers
  • Type: Painting
  • Rights: The Institute of Russian Realist Art
  • Medium: Oil on fiberboard

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