Vladimir Weisberg

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Vladimir Weisberg in his studio, Arbat, Moscow, 1982

Vladimir Grigoryevich Weisberg (Russian: Владимир Григорьевич Вейсберг, 7 June 1924 – 1 January 1985) was a Jewish Russian painter and theoritician of art.

Weisberg argued that the problems of colourism the way they existed after Cézanne have been exhausted and that the color unsaturated by semi-color carried very little information: any coloristic complexity is the result of the pigment differentiation. In 1960, Weisberg created a table of the major types of coloristic perception, their signs and structures.[1]

Weisberg art tries to find the synchronicity between semitone, composition, and drawing. His works are exhibited at the Tretyakov Gallery, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art and many other Russian and foreign museums. Most of his canvasses are scattered among various private collections.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Weisberg, V. (2006). Autobiography. Weisberg. The State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Beliy Bereg. Moscow. p. 11. ISBN 5-98353-010-0
  2. ^ Murina, E. (2006) Vladimir Grigoryevich Weisberg. The State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Beliy Bereg. Moscow. p. 7. ISBN 5-98353-010-0

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