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"Driftwood on the Beach", 1963, Oil on Board,  33x47.3cm, signed in Russian verso, also bears verso inscriptions in Russian and English.

The work is by Genndy Vassilievich Filatov (1929-1979), Russian artist, a representative of the Samara school of painting. He studied at the Theatre Design Department of the Penza art school named after K. A. Savitsky. He worked with Valentin Purygin, Ivan Komissarov, Nikolay Shein on the series of paintings devoted to the heroic daily labour of the country (1950s-1960s). A member of the Union of Artists since 1970. Filatov is a master of landscape. One of his most famous paintings is "The Zhiguli Sea". His works are presented at the private collections in Russia and abroad.

"Driftwood on the Beach" (1963) by Genndy Vassilievich Filatov (1929-1979))

  • Fresh and vivid river scene on  the Volga is featiuring pieces of driftwood on the shore and fishermen boats aside. The painting is signed verso and bears inscriptions in Russian and English. This work is framed into a contemporary quality dark wooden frame  that provides a beautiful contrast with the a sunny scene on a painting. Size in frame 49x65 cm. Comes with the certificate of authenticity from Leonid Shishkin Gallery. 

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