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"The Fishermen", 1960s, Oil on Board,  34.3x43.5cm, signed in Russian verso, also bears verso several inscriptions both in Russian and English.

The work is by 

Chernousenko Vladimir Petrovich (1932-2000)

Russian artist. He studied at the Art school in Rostov-on-don. He graduated from Moscow art Institute named after V.I. Surikov in 1964. Lived and worked in Rostov-on-don. A member of Artists’ Union of the USSR (1968-1977). He taught at the graphic art faculty of State Pedagogical University of Russia (1990-1999). Chernousenko's works were exhibited at  the USSR and abroad; he was also a co-creator N. V. Ovechkin in their joint work — panorama "Pleven epic" (1977)

"The Fishermen" (1960s) by Vladimir Petrovich Chernousenko (1932-2000)

  • The nostalgic scene with little fishermen standing on a  pier is executed in a free and bright Impressionist manner  typical for the Southern Russian art school. The painting is signed verso and also bears inscriptions in Russian and English. This work is framed into a vintage black wooden frame  that provides a beautiful contrast with the a sunny scene on a painting. Size in frame 57x66 cm. Comes with the certificate of authenticity from Leonid Shishkin Gallery.

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