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Still-life with Madonna 1968. Oil on Canvas. 122x100cm. Signed verso. Fine and delicate still-life with a plaster sculptural relief depicting Virgin Mary and child.

Nikolay Nikolaevich Gorlov (1917-1987) -  Russian artist-impressionist, a master of colorful stilllives and landscapes. In 1938–1942 studied at Moscow Art Institute under the tutelage of S. Gerasimov and B. Ioganson. From 1936  was a permanent participant of art exhibitions. He gained his official recognition for his works on the history and revolution topic, such as: “Zimny is Seized” (1947), “Hostile Whirlwinds” (1961), and “For the Power of Soviets” (1967) and historical and biographical paintings from the lives of the Russian writers. In 1963 his first solo exhibition was held in Omsk. His works are housed in Moscow and regional museums of ex-USSR.

"Still-life with Madonna" (1968) by Nikolay Nikolaevich Gorlov (1917-1987)

  • A real gem of painting,  museum quality work by an important Russian artist.  Comes with the certificate of authenticity from Leonid Shisghkin Gallery. Currently unframed but might be framed to a high standard on request at additional charge.  

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