David
Borisovich Borovsky

Russia • 1926−2004

Schedule. Member of the Union of artists of the USSR.

Thesis in the CVC - design and illustrations for the book by M. Gorky, "the Life of Matvey Kozhemyakin" rating - excellent. The training took place in the graphical Department. Awarded the title of graphic artist.

1926 (Leningrad) — 2004 (Saint-Petersburg)

In 1945 - 1952 he studied at the State Institute of painting, sculpture and architecture im. Repin (Academy of Arts), where he was a pupil of L. I. Rudakov, V. M. Konashevich. (1952). Gained fame after placing the novel is Turgenev's "torrents of spring".

Participant of all-Union and international exhibitions of Soviet graphic in Poland, GDR, Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria.

In 1954, Tretyakov gallery included a number of his works in the permanent exhibition of the Soviet division. In 1990, the artist leaves the schedule entirely and moves on to painting techniques. The main themes of his works are ballet, portrait, landscape, child.

The work of D. Borovsky kept in the collections of the Tretyakov gallery, the state Russian Museum.

2004 died in Saint Petersburg

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