Nikita
Nikandrovich Chebakov

United States • 1916−1968

Born in 1916 in the village of Burnt Willow Altai region.

The winner of the Stalin and State prizes of the USSR. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR.

In 1939 he graduated from the Omsk art College. M. V. Vrubel. Higher artistic education continued in the all-Union State Institute of Cinematography (Professor Yu. I. Pimenov and FS Bogorodskiy), from which he graduated in 1948 During his studies he participated in the development of a series of compositional decisions for the film "Ivan the terrible" (film Director Sergei Eisenstein).

Fame Nikita Chebakov brought the painting "Lenin's Speech at the 3rd Congress of the Komsomol," which he wrote after the Institute, under the leadership of Boris Ioganson "Pavlik Morozov", written in 1953

Work N. Chebakova stored in the State Tretyakov gallery and State Russian Museum.

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