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Double Portrait

Graphics, 1920-th , 36×31 cm

Description of the artwork «Double Portrait»

P.T. Maltsev, People's Artist of the USSR. Double portrait, 1920s.
Paper, pencil. 31 x 36 cm. 1920s. Two glasses, baguette.

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Maltsev Peter Tarasovich (1907 - 1993)
People's artist of the USSR. From 1924 to 1930, he studied at the Higher Art and Technical Institute (VHUTEIN) in P.V. Kuznetsov, V.A. Favorsky, L.A. Bruni, N.M. Chernyshev.
Leading artist of the Grekov Studio of Military Artists.
Main works:
- "The feat of Ivan Golubets, a Red Navy officer" (1946, Central Naval Museum, St. Petersburg)
- "Guards Ships on the Campaign" (1947, Donetsk Art Museum)
- Diorama "Suvorov's Alpine Campaign" (1952, Suvorov Museum-Reserve in Konchansky-Suvorovsky, Novgorod Region. Together with V. I. Pereyaslavets, N. S. Prysekin, A. I. Intezarov)
- "The Assault on Sapun Mountain" (1958, Central Museum of the Armed Forces, Moscow, jointly with N. S. Prysekin and G. I. Marchenko)
- "The Forcing of the Dnieper River near Pereyaslav-Khmelnitsky" (1975, Pereyaslav-Khmelnitsky, USSR, jointly with N. S. Prysekin)
- Panorama "The Battle of Stalingrad" (1980-82 Volgograd, with co-authors).
In 1960, he was awarded the First Degree Diploma and the Gold Medal of the USSR Academy of Arts for the creation of the diorama "Assault of Sapun Mountain. In 1968 he was awarded the gold medal named after M. B. Grekov for his participation in the reconstruction of F. Rubo's panorama "Battle of Borodino". In 1973, the artist was awarded the Repin State Prize of the RSFSR for the diorama "Battle of the airborne troops near Vyazma in winter 1942.
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Art form: Graphics

Subject and objects: Portrait

Style of art: Realism

Technique: Pencil

Materials: Paper

Date of creation: 1920-th

Size: 36×31 cm

City: Moscow




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