Eugene
Alexandrovich Vargoth

Russia • born in 1948

Biography and information

The fate of the artist E. A. Vergote complex and interesting. With a strong creative nature, he blazed a trail in the art, mastering the different stages of life all new level of art education, engaging in the creative process of others. He continued the dynasty of artists: the paternal grandfather graduated from the Higher state artistic and technical workshops (VKHUTEMAS), sons Denis and Alexei become professional artists, daughter Natalia - art critic, grandson of Boris - a student of the Chelyabinsk art school.

E. A. Margot born in the village of Sviyazhsk top-Uslonskaya district (Tatarstan). Brought up in an orphanage, then lived with his grandmother in the city of Saransk, where he studied at the art school. In 1963 he enrolled in the Penza art school for decorative design Department. His teachers were A. S. Churilov, M. E. Valukin, and I. M. Kulikov. Upon graduation, Eugene has received a distribution in Arkhangelsk, worked there from 1968 to 1971.

Active creative life of the artist associated with Kazakhstan. Worked in the Bureau of an aesthetics in the city of Lisakovsk, Kustanay region, it opened in 1978, the first in the Republic art school and was its Director. In 1983 he went to work in the Art Fund of the city of Kustanai. Participation in zonal, Republican, all-Union and solo exhibitions since 1973, has naturally led to join the Union of artists of the USSR in 1978 From 1981 to 1986 he studied at the art-graphic faculty of the Magnitogorsk state pedagogical Institute.

Since 1983, traveled abroad and participated in group art exhibitions in Sweden, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland, and France.

A new stage of life and work began in 1991 in Chelyabinsk, where the artist moved with his family. In 1995 E. A. Vergote was elected a member of the Board of the Chelyabinsk branch of Union of artists of Russia. Then he became chief designer of the Chelyabinsk art Fund, where he worked until 1996 2002 E. A. Margot - Chairman of the Chelyabinsk branch of the Union of artists of Russia.

Working without a model is a creative credo of the artist, unusual for a master of realistic orientation. A tenacious memory, an acute emotional experience, the sensations coming from my childhood, obtained from life lessons have shaped E. Argota as a person and artist. In submissions, in his imagination developed the world, the images that fit seamlessly visualized on the canvas, without requiring the artist for more natural experience. So there were individual and creative manner is the connection of realistic figurative forms of a mythological space environment, special plastics volumes, interesting color solutions.

For works by Yevgeny Alexandrovich characterized by two components: a composite narrative structure and the composition of the state. First characterize the work: "1941" (1981), "the Song of virgin lands" (1983), "Wedding pereplyas" (2003). And "grandma's house" (1987), "Asian motif" (1998), "Autumn time" (1999), "Alarm" (2004) are works that characterize the second component. Interest in life in all its manifestations is revealed in the diversity of genres in which the artist works: portrait, landscape, historical and genre painting, still-life. In the last decade, the masters carries the motif of a female Nude model. This: "In the Studio" (2000), "Model" (1997), "the window" (2002), "Fashionista" (2001), "Butterfly" (2003), where the whole range of expressive means subject to the disclosure underlined the specificity of the characters, and often poetic author's relationship to him. Easel works of E. A. Vergote stored in the picture gallery Semipalatinsk, Perm state art gallery, the Art Museum. Kasteev Almaty, in the Museum of modern art Amsterdam (Netherlands).

Eugene A. is the author of more than 30 monumental works (sgraffito, mosaic, painting) for administrative buildings, educational institutions in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

E. A. Margot awarded the order "glory to the nation" (gold star) I degree in 2006

(the author - E. M. Ustyantseva)