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In late March, the Museum AZ will open the exhibition "Beauties of the Centuries"

In each portrait, Anatoly Zverev was able to create an image of eternal femininity, the face of each model became a face emitting wonderful light. On three floors, the AZ Museum will deploy an exhibition that tells about female beauty and sophistication — beauty seen and seized instantly — in a second, beauty seen by chance — sly, beauty foretold by the artist and forever predicted.Portrait Portrait is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read more A. Kostaki, 1958.
The illustration is provided by the press service of the Museum of A. Z. (Anatoly Zverev Museum). After the animalistic “Magic Cell”, which was a great success with children and adults, the Anatoly Zverev Museum is changing its exposure. The coming spring will be launched by the exhibition “Beauties of the Centuries”, opening on March 28.
“Portrait of a woman is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people who exists in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read further widely glorified Anatoly Zverev (1931−1986), an artist of a fundamentally unofficial, but truly folk; These virtuoso portraits are especially appreciated by collectors and are immediately recognizable in albums or exhibitions. But until recently there were no attempts to select the best, reference works and evaluate them on a European, "Hamburg" account. A. Z. Museum presents Zverev portrait Portrait - a realistic genre, depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read further in several angles and combinations "- from the press release of the Museum of AZPortrait Portrait is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read more Z. Berlin, 1967
The illustration is provided by the press service of the AZS Museum. Among the many Zverev "beauties", those whose types are known for certain stand out. Moreover, many “models” have left exciting memories of sessions of their portraying. The curator of the exhibition, Polina Lobachevskaya, collected unique portraits, the creation story of which was told by direct witnesses. “Sit down, detula, I will perpetuate you!”. With this phrase, Zverev invited his models to a portrait session. Portraits of those who remember these "iso-performances" will be presented on the third floor of the museum.

“Several years ago, more than 600 works donated by Alik Kostaki, daughter of the famous collector Georgy Kostaki, joined the“ core ”collection of Zverev's works for the future (then) of the museum: a fire at his dacha where works of artists, including Zverev, were kept story for a heartbreaking movie in the style of "action". There is even a legend about love story and matchmaking, stated by the collector in his memoirs: they say, a keen, true artist Zverev was in love with Alik and somehow 57 of her portraits were painted in one day! One of them (Portrait of Aliki Kostaki, 1958, cardboard, oil), from the museum collection, valuable also because the master depicted himself in the picture ”- read more about the master, the muse and the museum in our separate publication.

“Long before the birth of an instant,“ mobile “photo, Zverev discovered the effect of an instant frame”PortraitAnatoly Timofeevich ZverevXX century "... Zverev dipped huge brushes into buckets, sprayed fountains of colors, rubbed it all with a broom, and walked around in his shoes. And out of all this horror, suddenly, like a sun, a picture appeared! At the same time, Tolya spoke with some admonitions, he immediately composed wild, but very funny poems. ”
Natalia Kostaki. From the book "Around and around" (Museum AZ, 2015)Anatoly Zverev, “Portrait of Natasha with a pink bow”, 1957The second floor of the museum is dedicated to “Beauties of the Centuries”, here you can see female portraits of different years. Spectators will enjoy the broadest palette of Zverev's artistic skills, who in his work led bright, deep dialogues with Velasquez and Renoir, with Matisse and Vrubel, with Malevich and Picasso.Portrait Portrait is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read more Oksana Aseeva, written by Anatoly Zverev in 1969. We can assume that a significant part of the exhibition will be devoted to portraits of Oksana Aseeva, the Muse of the artist. The whole long life novel of Aseeva and Zverev was captured by the artist in numerous paintings. "She adored his work, and he just zadarival it with them." From the memoirs of Vladimir Nemukhin. ... 37-year-old artist and 76-year-old widow N. Aseeva (a forgotten poet who once refused to work), a close friend of Mayakovsky, Yesenin, a brilliant diva of the Silver Age, to whom a part of Khlebnikov's poem is about this love - worship-friendship, (“attraction not only to a specific person, but to the era of the Silver Age”) gossiped, gossiped, and even wrote poems. There was plenty of food for gossip: Zverev was furious, jealous, made scandals ... And - he painted wonderful portraits of a red-haired young beauty.Anatoly Zverev. Portrait Portrait is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read more Oksana Aseeva. 1971On the first floor they plan to place graphic works of the artist. “Moments” is the name of the section, and indeed: in the few lines Zverev could grasp the very essence of the portrait and with quick strokes to express it on a piece of paper.Portrait Portrait is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read more Inna Kostaki. 1957
Illustration provided by the press service of the Museum AZ

"I bow before you
In - feet I - in - you
But not you - and I still bow
- and suddenly I fall down -
- at your feet
- and this verse
lying around with me "
Anatoly Zverev - Oksana Aseeva
Anatoly Zverev. Portrait of Oksana Aseeva. 1967

“If you collect all the portraits of Zverev, there will be a city of many thousands populated by all types and characters ... Each portrait is an instant grasp of the fate and essence of the person” - S. Solovyov. From the book "55 facts about the artist Anatolia Zverev, which may be interesting to all"Women's portrait but all the diversity of European classics and modernism. Well, as long as we take their word for it. The exhibition opens on March 28th. We are waiting for warm days! Main illustration: Anatoly Zverev. Portrait Portrait is a realistic genre depicting a person or a group of people existing in reality. The portrait - in the French reading - portrait, from the old French portraire - "reproduce something line in line." Another facet of the name of the portrait lies in the outdated word "parsuna" - from the Latin. persona - "person; person". Read more Oksana Aseeva. 1969 (provided by the press service of the Museum AZ). Also, photos and illustrations - from the site of the Museum of Anatoly Zverev and the Museum page on the social network Facebook ,.

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