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Vladimir
Petrovich Chernov
Moscow 
 
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Born in Engels, Saratov Region in 1941. He began to paint from the first grade. After the tenth grade, he entered the Saratov Art School. He finished the first course and was drafted into the ranks of the Soviet army. After finishing the service, he first graduated from the Polytechnic Institute, and after a while the Moscow Polygraphic Institute, the faculty of book graphics. Created wooden puppet theater. Favorite painting theme is theater. Wrote the book "Arena". The book is about the formation of living organisms. Awarded the gold medal of the Academy of Folk Art of Russia. Full member of the Academy of Folk Art of Russia.
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Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Portrait of the artist's wife
Portrait of the artist's wife
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov
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Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Musician
Musician
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov
1996-1996, 60×40 cm
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Artworks by the artist
13 artworks total · 6 offered for sale
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Flying clown
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Flying clown
2017
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Buffoons
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Buffoons
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Pop-bunch-guy
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Pop-bunch-guy
2019, 50×49 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Summer. Green apples
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Summer. Green apples
2019, 49×39 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Blue ray
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Blue ray
2010, 30×24 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Princess
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Princess
1997
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Troika
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Troika
1984, 24×18 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Buffoons
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Buffoons
2019
Vladimir Petrovich Chernov. Scorpio. Metal origami. The work was done according to the scheme of Javier Kaboblanco. Spain
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Scorpio. Metal origami. The work was done according to the scheme of Javier Kaboblanco. Spain
1909, 30×50×70 cm
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