Yevsey Moiseyenko

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Yevsey Yevseevich Moiseyenko
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BornAugust 15, 1916
Uwarovichi, Gomel district Mogilev Governorate, Russian Empire
DiedNovember 29, 1988(1988-11-29) (aged 72)
EducationRepin Institute of Arts
Known forPainting, Graphics, Teaching
Notable work
The Reds came, 1961
MovementRealism
AwardsHero of Socialist Labour (1986)


Yevsey Yevseyevich Moiseyenko (Russian: Евсе́й Евсе́евич Моисе́енко; 28 August [O.S. 15 August] 1916 in Uwarowichi – 29 November 1988 in Leningrad) was a People's Artist of the USSR (1970), full member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR (1973), and Hero of Socialist Labor (1986).

Biography[edit]

Since 1936 Moiseenko lived in Leningrad. He was trained at the Academy of Arts under Alexander Osmerkin and taught at the Academy from 1958, becoming a professor in 1963. Moiseyenko developed the theme of romantic heroism, which can be seen his paintings such as The Reds came, 1961; Comrades, 1964; Sweet Cherries, 1969; all of which are exhibited in the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg.[1]

Yevsey Moiseyenko. The Reds came. 1961

In 1974, Moiseyenko was awarded the Lenin Prize. The poetry of the village and city landscapes is demonstrated in Tulsky Lane, Leningrad, 1963, (in the State Russian Museum), while Boys, painted in 1974 and exhibited in the State Tretyakov Gallery,[2] captures the romanticism of youth.

He also painted portraits: portrait of artist A. A. Osmerkin, 1970; portrait of art historian G. V. Kekusheva, 1971, exhibited at the State Russian Museum and still-lives. The series of paintings Memory (1976–80) was awarded the State Prize of the USSR in 1983. During the last years of his life he worked on a series devoted to Alexander Pushkin, to the Poet's Memory, 1985. He lived on 56 Suvorovsky Avenue, where a memorial plaque is located. He was buried at Literatorskie Mostki.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Russian Museum". Rusmuseum.ru. Archived from the original on 2013-07-05. Retrieved 2013-02-11.
  2. ^ "tretyakovgallery.ru". tretyakovgallery.ru. Retrieved 2013-02-11.

Sources[edit]

  • Кекушева-Новосадюк Г. В. Евсей Евсеевич Моисеенко. Л., 1977;
  • Леонова Н. Г. Евсей Моисеенко. Л., 1989.

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