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Pushnin, Aleksandr

Aleksandr Pushnin - Woman in Black
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Woman in Black
Aleksandr Pushnin - Woman in Black
39 1/8″ x 32 1/8″   oil on canvas   signed   1958
Girl in Pink
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Girl in Pink

  SOLD

Theater Goer
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Theater Goer

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The Agronomist
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - The Agronomist

SOLD 21 3/4″ x 31 3/4″  oil on canvas  signed 1960

Arrest of the Provisional
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Arrest of the Provisional

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Sailor
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Sailor

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Patriot
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Patriot

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The Boat
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - The Boat

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Olga
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Olga

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Early Spring
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Early Spring

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Apples
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Apples

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Woman in Red Scarf
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Woman in Red Scarf

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Study of a Girl
 Sold Works: Aleksander Pushnin - Study of a Girl

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1921 - 1991

Aleksandr Pushnin was born March 28, 1921 in Marshansk, Russia. He attended his first art school in 1934, at the age of thirteen. In 1940, Pushnin was accepted into the Fine Arts Academy of St. Perersburg (Repin Institute). Following military service in World War II, Pushnin returned to the Academy and graduated in 1950. He studied in the studio of Professors Frentz andGerasimov, where he completed his diploma piece, "Arrest of the Temporary Government". He became a member of the Union of Artists in 1950.

 

Pushnin taught at the Academy in St. Petersburg from 1955 until his retirement in 1988. He taught drawing and sculpture in the architecture department. Pushnin died September 5, 1991 in St. Petersburg. He is listed in Matthew Bown’s, A Dictionary of Twentieth Century Russian and Soviet Painters, 1900-1980’s.