Painter. Born June 12, 1922 in Odessa. Died in 2001 in Moscow. He studied at mshsh. In 1942, after graduating from art school, he was drafted into the red Army. In 1943 he graduated from the Military engineering school with the rank of Lieutenant Jr. and was sent to Rostov-Yaroslavl for further service. In 1944 he was recalled to the Studio to them. Grekov at the Main Political Administration of the red Army.
From 1944 to 1946 he served in the Studio as a martial artist. Was on the Western, southern and Eastern fronts. In the Studio, participated on two exhibitions: 1945 – painting "After the battle at Jassy", in 1946 – "southern Sakhalin". In 1946, the Studio sent Verigo A. K. in MGHI them. Surikov, but he was soon withdrawn by the Studio to them. Grekova and sent on a business trip to South Sakhalin. From 1950 to 1956 he studied at the art Institute. Surikov, diploma work – a series of "Muscovites in summer Sunday", the head of E. A. Kibrik. Participant of exhibitions since 1945 Author of works "After the battle at Jassy" (1945), "Portrait of the artist" (1950), "Portrait of a Japanese girl Hisako Nagata" (1961), "the Clown" (1964), "Field kitchen" (1965), "May" (1968), "Doll" (1969), "Russian Souvenirs" (1957), "Kiev-Pechora monastery, destroyed by the Germans" and many others.
Solo exhibition was held in 1964 in Moscow. A member of the Union of artists of the USSR since 1959 From 1958 to 1982 he taught at the faculty of arts at MIT. Many of the works acquired by the museums of the country (Novosibirsk, Russia - "Portrait of H. Nagata", Kazan - "After the battle at Jassy", Moscow, the Museum of defense of Moscow: the wartime drawings, etc.). A number of works abroad (America, Germany, France).
In 1995 participated in the exhibition of works by war veterans under the Government of Russian Federation ("White house", exhibition dedicated to the Victory day job "Clove"). 1999 - exhibition of works by war veterans, hall of artists (Kuznetsky most) - "Russian Souvenirs". 2007 - exhibition in the Manege. Work: "Bath", "Evening song", "still life birch", "a Portrait of Japanese women".