Vladimirovich Zuyev

Russia • born in 1923


23 Dec 1923 born in the village. Huasna Kalinin region.

1941-1945 — the great Patriotic war.

1953 — graduated from the State art Institute of the Estonian SSR.

1964 — member of the artists Union of the USSR.

1974 — Honored artist of Tatarstan.

He died in Kazan.

Lived and worked in Kazan.

(1923, Kalininskaya oblast – 1989, Kazan)

He studied at the Institute of applied and decorative arts in Tartu (Estonia, 1947-1953) E. J. Keats and V. M. Oreshnikov. Before joining the Institute was strongly influenced by M. V. Nesterov, which consisted in personal correspondence (1942).

In 1944 Zueva drawings were exhibited at the exhibition of artists-veterans and were marked N. Altman. In 1946, the painter met with the I. E. Grabar. After graduation was sent to work in Kazan, directed the children's art school, taught at the Kazan Art School. At the exhibition in Moscow in 1957 for his still lifes, Zuev was awarded the diploma of 1-St degree of the Ministry of Culture of the RSFSR. In 1964, he was accepted as a member of the Union of Artists of the USSR. Personal exhibitions of the artist were held in Kazan, in 1999 a personal exhibition at the Pushkin Museum of RT, Kazan. Works of the artist are in the Pushkin Museum of RT, Kazan, at the art museums of Ulyanovsk, Saratov, Volgograd, in private collections in France and the U.S., were sold at auction Hotel Drouot in Paris. Honored art worker of the ASSR Tatatrskie.

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