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Home Soviet Art Soviet Art (G - L) Kolosovski, Georgi

Kolosovski, Georgi

Georgi Kolosovski - Autumn TreesGeorgi Kolosovski - Summer LandscapeGeorgi Kolosovski - Summer DayGeorgi Kolosovski - View from the ParkGeorgi Kolosovski - Change of SeasonGeorgi Kolosovski - Boat on the DnieperGeorgi Kolosovski - Nature MotifGeorgi Kolosovski - Blue LakeGeorgi Kolosovski - SeptemberGeorgi Kolosovski - LandscapeGeorgi Kolosovski - WinterGeorgi Kolosovski - River′s EdgeGeorgi Kolosovski - Still Life
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Autumn Trees
Georgi Kolosovski - Autumn Trees
18 5/8″ x 27 3/8″   oil on board   signed   framed
Summer Landscape
Georgi Kolosovski - Summer Landscape


Summer Day
Georgi Kolosovski - Summer Day


View from the Park
Georgi Kolosovski - View from the Park
19 1/8” x 26 1/2″   oil on board   framed
Change of Season
Georgi Kolosovski - Change of Season


Boat on the Dnieper
Georgi Kolosovski - Boat on the Dnieper

46 5/8" x 62 1/4"  oil on canvas  signed

Nature Motif
Georgi Kolosovski - Nature Motif


Blue Lake
Georgi Kolosovski - Blue Lake


Georgi Kolosovski - September


Georgi Kolosovski - Landscape


Georgi Kolosovski - Winter


River′s Edge
Georgi Kolosovski - River′s Edge



Still Life
Georgi Kolosovski - Still Life





1913 - 1984

Kolosovski was born in 1913 in Pervomaisk, Nikolaev region of the Ukraine.  He studied at the Odessa Art College until 1935.  Like most other Soviet artists, his career was interrupted by his service in the military during World War II.  At the close of the war in 1945, Kolosovski moved to Zaporozhe, Ukraine, where he taught art privately.  A member of the Union of Artists, his works are represented in museums throughout Russia and Ukraine. 

Kolosovski specialized in landscape paintings.  His canvases were readily attributable to him with their ever present bright colors and ample oils.  His style was consistently impressionistic, but achieved a uniqueness that prompted critics to say : "Kolosovski brings a genuine love of life to canvas". 

Kolosovski is listed on page 151 of Matthew Bown’s, A Dictionary of Twentieth Century Russia and Soviet Painters, 1900-1980’s.