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Vasily
Alekseevich Batalov

Russia 
1890−1970
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Education: Central school of technical drawing of Baron Stieglitz in St. Petersburg (1908-1913); the Odessa art school; Royal Academy of arts in Munich (191-1913)

Member of the CX (1933)

(30.12.1889(11.01.1890), Ufa - 1971, Denver), painter, graphic artist, teacher. He studied at the Central school of technical drawing of Baron Stieglitz in St. Petersburg (1908-1909), Odessa school of art (1909-1912) with K. K. Kostandi, at the Royal Academy of arts in Munich (1911-1913). Participant of exhibitions since 1913 (Ufa). In July of 1917 in Vladivostok formed a private art school Batalov, who worked from 1917 to 1923 he Worked in Vladivostok, Verkhoturye and Nizhny Tagil (- garde 1915-1932). In 1933-1940 he taught at Perm. art College, participated in all art exhibitions of those years. Was among the first members of the Union of Soviet artists Molotov region, formed in 1939 during the great Patriotic war was a member of agitmaterial for the production of posters and agitation (head of N. N. Pieces of silver). In 1946-1953 he taught at the art and handicraft school of the porcelain factory (Pesochny Yaroslavl region). He painted landscapes of the Urals, the Kama region, the Volga region, characterized by fidelity to nature and a lyrical mood. His works include: "embroidering" (oil; 1916), "the Nizhny Tagil pond" (AKV.; PGHG); series of landscapes (oil, watercolor): "Vladivostok", "Ussuri region" (1917-1932), "Ural" (1924-1946), "Cheboksary and its surroundings" (1953-1963), portraits (oil, watercolor, ink): "Girls" (1920), "nastjusha" (1925), portraits of participants of the great Patriotic war (series, 1944-1946), students, artisans (1949-1950); "Mother-heroine" (1955).

Personal exhibition of works was held in 1957 and 1975 in Cheboksary.

Works are in PGHG, the Nizhny Tagil Museum, Kaliningrad art gallery.

Ist.: GAPO, f. 1130, op. 1, d. 6, ll. 25-27.

Lit.: Serebrennikov, N. N. The Urals in the visual arts. Perm. 1959. P. 104;

Artists of the peoples of the USSR: mobiblog. words. In 6 T. T. 1. Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1970. S. 302;

V. A. Batalov: catalogue of the exhibition, internat. The 85th birthday of the artist. Cheboksary, 1975;

Kandyba, V. I. History of formation and development of artistic life in the Far East. Vladivostok, 1985. S. 148-152;

Kazarinova, N. V. Artists Perm. L., 1987. P. 84.

(Source: encyclopedia of "Perm Krai", N. V. Kazarinova)

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