Radoman Igor Vladimirovich
80,000 р - 150,000 р
Auction house commission: 17%
Sketches of the panel for the Arbat station of the Moscow metro. Diptych.
Technique: Mixed media on paper.
Size: 21х14; 21х14.
The work is from the artist's family collection.
Radoman Igor Vladimirovich (1921, Rusino, Belorussia - 1992, Moscow).
Honored art worker of the RSFSR Igor Radoman was a master of realistic easel and monumental portrait painting. He studied at the the Surikov Moscow State Art Institute under I. Chekmazov, V. Favorskaya, P. Pokarzhevskiy and I. Grabar and was an undergraduate student of Alexander Deineka’s monumental painting workshop.
Radoman’s works include mural paintings decorating the train station in Kharkov, the Kievskaya metro station in Moscow and the Museum of aviation and astronautics, the panel paintings for the Soviet exhibition halls at the Peking and Leipzig World Fairs. Among his contractual works were historic pictures on revolution themes, portraits of statesmen and high-ranking military. Alexander Deineka invited the artist to work as a professor at the Moscow Institute of Applied and Decorative Art. He started exhibiting in 1945 and had his one-man shows in Moscow in 1968, 1978, 1980 and 2004 (posthum) in the State Museum of Oriental Art. Radoman’s works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Historical Museum, the Uzbek State Museum of Fine Arts, the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War and in numerous museums of Russia and the former Soviet Union.