“A series of monotypes“ And all the mills stand, Sancho! ”(As illustrated by Gustave Dore for the novel“ Quixote ”) appeared recently - both expectedly and unexpectedly at the same time. It is expected, because the illustration of the adventures of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza is a kind of salvation, when the supply of optimism is exhausted, and other self-beliefs no longer work. Suddenly, for the same reason, you never know when despair will flood, and only the immortal images created by the genius of Cervantes and which were later portrayed by the geniuses Pablo Picasso, Honore Daumier and Gustave Dore, will lend you a helping hand, ”the author says.
Matvey Weisberg was born in 1958 in Kiev. He graduated from art school. Shevchenko, Kiev Printing Institute. He created illustrations for the works of Sholom Aleichem, Bagritsky, Kanovich, Ortega-i-Gasset, Jung, Kierkegaard, Dostoevsky. Since 1989, participates in numerous exhibitions in different countries of the world. Held more than 30 solo exhibitions in museums and galleries in the world.