Vladimir Volodia Lazarev (1904 - 1988)

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Vladimir Volodia Lazarev (1904 - 1988)

2,350.00

Vladimir Volodia Lazarez (1904 - 1988)
"Horse Rider Through Woods"
Oil on Canvas
29 3/4 x 42 inches (frame)
24 x 36 inches (canvas)
Signed: "V Lazarez" (low right)
c. 1960

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Vladimir Lazarev: Vladimir Lazarev was born in Russia, in a small village near Rostov-on-Don, in 1904. He attended public school in Rostov until he was 16 years old then joined the Imperial Army during the Russian Revolution. After recovering from shrapnel wounds, he studied engineering in the University of Czecho-Slovakia and later moved to Germany where he attended art schools and also studied with various artists. He also attended art schools in Paris studying under private tutors, one of them being Miassodev. He lived in France and Germany over a period of fifteen to twenty years.
Biography (1905 Aleksandrovsk now Zaparozhe.-1988-Fontenay-aux-Roses,)

This fabulous and rare original oil painting on canvas is a stunning work by the loved and highly collected Russian artist Vladimir Lazarev. Beloved for his energetic compositions full of motion and energy this is an uncommon tranquil scene depicting a horse rider in the center of a calm wooded landscape with light piercing in through the trees. Rather large the canvas measures 24 x 36 inches and nicely show cases the artists style of execution with thick impression like brush strokes which adds great depth and texture to the overall work. The condition of this oil painting is phenomenal free from any signs of damage or wear showing its has been well kept and appreciate during its life time. Resting in its original wood frame this work is ready to be hung and enjoyed in ones collection. The images provided accurately represent the quality, condition and aesthetic beauty of this rare work but if you have any questions please feel free to ask prior to purchasing!

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