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Artist Vladimir Petrov-Gladky Passed Away
17.04.2017 18:33
Artist Vladimir Petrov-Gladky Passed Away

The famous Soviet and Russian artist Vladimir Petrov-Gladky, aged 69, has died in Moscow. The news was reported by the artist's relatives.

      Vladimir Petrov-Gladky was born in Moscow on April 1, 1948. His works were first exhibited in 1968. Later on his paintings were displayed not only in Russia, but also in Italy, France, Austria, Belgium, the USA and other countries. Art works by Vladimir Petrov-Gladkov are kept in the world's leading galleries, including the Museum of Fantastic Art in Vienna, the Museum of Modern Art in Jersey City and others.


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Author: Vera Ivanova

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