Georgy Evardovich Sstel, ‘Winter in Moscow,’1948

$ 12,500

Artist: Georgy Evardovich Sstel ( Георгий Эвардович Сатель ) (Russian 1917 – 2012),
Title: ‘Winter in Moscow,’1948
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 46.5×33.5cm, Framed

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Artist Bio:

Georgy Eduardovich Satel (1917 – 2012) – Soviet painter.

  • 1937: He studied painting at the art studio of the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions under K. G. Dorokhov and S. S. Boim.
  • 1938: He entered the Moscow State Art Institute named after V. I. Surikov, where he studied with A. V. Lentulov and P. D. Pokarzhevsky. Georgy Satel’s work was greatly influenced by his elder friend, the famous Soviet painter Yuri Pimenov.
  • 1947: He participated in the exhibition “Moscow in the works of artists”, dedicated to the 800th anniversary of Moscow. Participated in numerous exhibitions in the USSR and abroad.
  • 1959-1961:He taught at the Lenin Moscow State Pedagogical Institute.
  • 1960s – 1980s: He made multiple creative trips to Central Asia, as well as on his boat along the Volga and other rivers of Russia.
  • 1973: He participated in the exhibition of painting and sculpture “Exhibition of 13”.
  • 2004: The Central House of Artists hosted a personal exhibition of Georgy Satel with the symbolic title “The Distant Forties”.

Georgy Satel’s art is representative of the art of socialist realism. The artist’s works are executed in the urban landscape genre. The artist acts as a subtle observer. Many of the painter’s works are dedicated to Moscow. For the modern viewer, these works are not only of artistic interest but are are vivid historical evidence of life in the capital in the war and post-war period. Satel loves his city, he paints a new Moscow. fills the city with morning light, air, coolness of the fading day. The majestic architectural ensembles of the Kremlin, the Bolshoi Theatre, Gorky Street appear before the audience surrounded by a stream of people, cars hurrying somewhere. The artist’s paintings are always filled with the rhythm of life, a sense of ongoing changes. They captivate with a major, life-affirming sound, the beauty of the picturesque performance.

Awards:

  • Laureate of the Stalin Prize of the third degree (1951).

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Medium

Oil

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