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Gabriel
Nikolaevna Weisberg (Beloyartseva)

Russia 
1909−1998
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Member of the Union of artists of the USSR. Graduated from VHUTEIN in the section of painting in 1930, Among its first teachers were Shterenberg, but then students began to retrain "under Repin." Dissatisfaction with work in the style of socialist realism, irrepressible energy and love for life led her subsequently to search for other forms and styles.

After her husband, a Metallurgist Gabriel changed their place of residence and work. Before the war, lived in Magnitogorsk, and then, during world war II, in the city of Stalinsk (now - Novokuznetsk), at the end of the war, he moved to Nizhny Tagil in the Urals. In 1955 he returned to his native city of Moscow, where he lived until his death in 1998

Gabriel has always actively participated in exhibitions and in local organizations of artists in Novokuznetsk and Nizhny Tagil. In Moscow, she became a member of the Moscow Union of Soviet Artists, went to the section of sculpture, is known for its tolerant attitude towards the freedom of creative artists. In Novokuznetsk began work in the field of monumental sculpture, there and then in Moscow collaborated with the architects. In Moscow, she became interested in ceramics and worked a lot in watercolors. With the assistance of the Art Fund worked at a ceramic factory in Moscow and in the homes of the artists in Palanga, Host and Gurzuf, usually brought a lot of work.

The work of Gabriel Nikolaevna Beloyartsev-Weisberg are in museums of Russia and private collections in Russia and abroad

Gabriel Beloyartsev graduated from VHUTEIN in the section of painting in 1930, Among its first teachers were Shterenberg, but then students began to retrain "under Repin." Some dissatisfaction with work in the style of socialist realism, irrepressible energy and love for life led her subsequently to search for other forms and styles.

After her husband-metallurg changed their place of residence and work. Before the war, lived in Magnitogorsk, and then, during world war II, in the city of Stalinsk (now-Novokuznetsk), at the end of the war, he moved to Nizhny Tagil in the Urals. In 1958 he moved to his hometown Moscow, where he lived until his death in 1998

Gabriel has always actively participated in exhibitions and in local organizations of artists in Stalinsk (now Novokuznetsk) in Nizhny Tagil. In Moscow, she resumed operations in the Moscow Union of Soviet Artists, went to the section of sculpture, is known for its more tolerant attitude towards the freedom of creative artists. In Novokuznetsk began work in the field of monumental sculpture, there and then in Moscow collaborated with the architects. In Moscow, she became interested in ceramics and worked a lot in watercolors. With the assistance of the Art Fund worked at a ceramic factory in Moscow and in the homes of the Artists in Palanga, Host and Gurzuf, usually brought a lot of work. Work Gabrieal Nikolaevna Beloyartsev-Weisberg are in museums of Russia and private collections in Russia and abroad.

Gabriel was a man full of life, the soul of the company. She always had admirers, friends, artists. She loved to show their creativity and willingly gave his. Novagali delight from the world handed to her filled with emotion works.

(O. L. Vaisberg)

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