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"The Village Street", 1956, Oil on Board,  35x47cm, signed in Russian verso, also bears verso inscriptions in Russian and the stamp of Russia's Ministry of Culture proving that the work was allowed to be exported from Russia,

by 

Kamanin Mikhail Alexandrovich (1933–1992)

Russian painter. Master of classical landscape and still-life genre. His first drawing lessons took from his father – a prominent artist Alexander M. Kamanin. Graduated from Moscow Surikov Art Institute under the tutelage of Pavel Sokolov-Skalia, F.Reshetnikov, V.Tsyplakov. A regular participant of all important art exhibitions since 1952. Held One Man shows in 1961, 1962, 1963, 1967, 1973, 1983 in the city of Nizhny Novgorod.
Kamanin’s works are exhibited at the State Art museums of Nizhny Novgorod, Irkutsk, Yakutsk, at the “Gekkoro Gallery” collection in Tokyo (Japan), at the collection of the USA and in many other private collections all over the world.

"The Village Street" (1956) by Mikhail Aleksandrovich Kamanin (1932-1992)

  • Sunny plein air village scene with typical country houses and chicks pecking on the path. The painting is signed verso and bears inscriptions in Russian  and a stamp of Russia's Ministry of Culture. This work is framed into an elegant wooden frame . Size in frame 42x54 cm. Comes with the certificate of authenticity from Leonid Shishkin Gallery.

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