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Anatoly
Ivanovich Yablokov

Russia 
1911−1992
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He studied at Yaroslavl art College, then at the Odessa art Institute until 1932 Since 1932 he worked in the Kostroma artist. The artist's lyrical perception of the world. In his work continues the traditions of Russian realistic landscape. Participant of exhibitions since 1936 has been Regularly exhibited at all-Union and Republican art exhibitions in Moscow. In 1946 for his work

The "green tower of Ipatiev monastery" (purchased by the Museum of architecture. A. V. Shchusev) received the award at the national competition. His work

exhibited at the international exhibitions in Poland, Finland, Singapore, New Zealand. A member of the artists Union of the USSR. The works of A. I. Yablokova are in the Central museums of Moscow, Kazan, Sevastopol, Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Kurgan, Chita, Kostroma, and also in private collections in Russia, Japan, Germany, France, USA, England.

Lived and worked in Kostroma.

Painter. Member of the Union of artists of the USSR.

He studied at Yaroslavl art College, then at the Odessa art Institute. From 1932 he worked in the Kostroma artist. Participant of exhibitions since 1936 has been Regularly exhibited at all-Union and Republican art exhibitions in Moscow. During the war, painted political posters, masked military facilities, he organized traveling exhibitions in hospitals and workers ' clubs.

From 1945 to 1958 he was Director of the Kostroma art gallery. In 1946, for his work "Green tower of Ipatiev Monastery" (purchased by the Museum of architecture. A. V. Shchusev) received the award at the national competition.

Solo exhibition, A. I., Yablokov was held in Kostroma in 1955, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1971, 1972, 1991 in Works of A. I. Yablokova Expo was nervalist at international exhibitions in Poland, Finland, Singapore, New Zealand. His works are displayed in Central museums of Moscow, Kazan, Sevastopol, Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Kurgan, Chita, Kostroma, and also in private collections in Russia, Japan, Germany, France, USA, England.

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