Lot 9

Rapoport Lyuba (1953)

"Future Station", 1988
canvas, oil
90 х 120 cm
Signature and date bottom right
3 000 – 4 000
Rapoport Lyuba (born 1953) is a painter and graphic artist, originally from the family of artists Boris Rapoport and Anna Feinerman. He studied at the Kyiv Art School. T. G. Shevchenko (1964-1970). Since the 1970s, he has been working as a painter (still life, portrait, landscape) and schedule and takes an active part in group exhibitions. In 1983, the first personal exhibition takes place. Member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine (since 1985). Artist-restorer of graphics at the National Research and Restoration Center of Ukraine (1973-2001). Among the works on which he worked - pictures by I. Aivazovsky, A. Benois, K. Briullov, V. Vereshchagin, M. Voloshina, I. Repin, K. Somov, P. Fedotov and others. The title of the restorer of the highest category (1995). Shared with her mother, Anna Fainerman, exhibition "Versions of being" at the National Art Museum of Ukraine (2002). The works are kept at the exhibitions of the Ministry of Culture and the Union of Artists of Ukraine, the National Art Museum of Ukraine, the Museum of Russian Art (Kyiv), the Museum of Modern Fine Arts of Ukraine, other museums and private collections of Ukraine and the world. Lives and works in Kiev.

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