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Scottsdale, AZ 85251
1913 - 1992
He was born in the village of Staroye Tomyshovo in the Uliyanovskay Region of Russia. He studied at the Penza Art College and later graduated from the I.E. Repin Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Archictecture in 1943 from the studio of Sergei Gerasimov. He was a member othe Union of Russian Artists and the Union of Moscow Artists.
He was a participant in many of the largest exhibitions in the Soviet Union and abroad including in Germany (1991), France (1993) and Italy (1995). He was the recipient of several one-man exhibitions in 1973, 1985 and 1993.
Makarov's colleagues considered him a genius. He painted subjects in all genres and was well-known for landscape, still life and figurative. His portraits were often of famous Russian personalities in the fields of art, theater, music and writing. In these works, he composed the figures "surrounded by the world" with the subject's own creative spirit evident.
Makarov's works are in the permanent collections of several Russian museums as well as in private collectins throughout the world.
He is listed on page 193 of Matthew Bown's, A Dictionary of Twentieth Century Russian and Soviet Painters.