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Retrospective Exhibition of Vitaly Goryaev to Take Place in Moscow
28.12.2011 11:05
Retrospective Exhibition of Vitaly Goryaev to Take Place in Moscow
Vitaly Goryaev

A large retrospective exhibition of the outstanding artist Vitaly Goryaev (1910-1982) will be opened in the Moscow House of Artist on Krymsky Val on January, 17th.
      The exposition will present about 1500 works divided into decades: the 1930s, the 1940s, the 1950s, and 1960s. 60 other works Goryaevs illustrations for the Soviet comic magazine Crocodile will form a separate block of the show. Rare originals of books with Goryaevs illustrations will be displayed in show-windows.
      It is interesting to note that Vitaly Goryaev became an thanks to good graces of Vladimir Mayakovsky. He once showed his verses to the famed poet; Mayakovsky was not impressed by them at all, but Goryaevs drawings on the margins amazed him. Look. You are an artist. You should study Vitaly Goryaev later told about his conversation with Mayakovsky.
      Goryaev went down in the history of Russian art first of all as a book illustrator. Only few people are acquainted with his paintings.
      The exhibition runs till 30 January 2012.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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