Anatoli Zverev, Soldiers

"At the end of the fifities Analoti Zverev discarded abstractionism and practically never returned to it. Subsequently he used the style of acute expressionism, did still-lives and portraits and remarkably depicted impetuous steeds and sneaking cats in his water colors.

Almost from the very beginning of his painting career Zverev found patrons. Rumnev, a theater worker, bought many works from Zverev and urged his friends: 'We must help the gifted artist'. The well-known collector, Georgy Dionishovich Kostaki, noticed Zverev already in the early sixties, and bought many of his works. "

Alexander Glezer

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