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"Leningrad. St.Isaack Cathedral" (1953) Oil on Board, 33x48 cm, inscribed  verso, the painting by

Nikolay Pavlovich Tolkunov (1917–1996). Moscow painter.

The Honored artist of the RSFSR. Graduated from the Moscow Art Institute (1942), his teacher was Sergey Gerasimov. Participant of the All-Union, republican and regional art exhibitions from 1938.Taught at the Moscow State Art Institute named after V.Surikov from 1960.
The artist’s works are exhibited in the State Tretyakov Gallery, in many regional museums and foreign collections.

"Leningrad. St.Isaack Cathedral" (1953) by Nikolay Pavlovich Tolkunov (1917-1996

  • The iconic view of the Russia's "nothern capital" Saint Petersburg (at athe time this work was painted - Leningrad) featuring  the golden dome of Saint Issack's Cathedral and a summery crowd in the park. Impressionistic work full of light and colour. Framed into a gild wooden frame with an Imperial pattern.  Size in frame 45x60 cm. Has an insription verso confirming artoist's name, title of painting, dimensions and a year of creation as well as an inventory number of Leonid Shishkin Gallery. This work comes with the certificate of authenticity from Leonid Shishkin Gallery.

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