ZEYTMAN Isay Mikhailovich( Artist)
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Biography ZEYTMAN Isay Mikhailovich
For 25 years he taught a course of physics (optics) at the Moscow Higher Technical School of. BC. Bauman.
In the prewar and postwar years maintained a close friendship with Robert Falk, Alexander Osmyorkin and other major artists.
Collections where works
Works are in Feodosia art gallery, they. IK. Aivazovsky,
private collections in Russia, the United States, Austria, Germany, Finland.
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1933 Exhibition of amateur artists. Moscow;
1983 Personal exhibition. Moscow;
1990 Personal exhibition. Museum M. Voloshin. Koktebel. Crimea. Ukraine;
1991 ART MIF 2. Moscow International Art Fair. Central Exhibition Hall "Manege". Moscow;
1992 1 st exhibition galleries "STANBET". Hall Director-tion of exhibitions and auctions of the International Cultural Foundation. Moscow;
1993 Exhibition Gallery STANBET ". Mikkeli. Finland.
The artist lived a great life ... Painting is not considered a profession and vocation. He is responsible for it and now in its 92 years.
Zeytmana first solo exhibition was held only in 1983 at the Central House of Writers. As a collector of books and albums on fine art, artist in the years to follow the traditions of French Impressionism. Moscow School of painting of the first quarter of the twentieth century influenced him. At the core of his style is a rare connection to the natural knowledge of physics and optics and constant interest to the European impressionism.
. Most of his watercolors and paintings - a small-format chamber views of Moscow, Moscow region and the eastern Crimea
. A smaller part of the legacy are still lifes, portraits of friends and relatives, as well as appeared in the last decade, the metaphorical genre scenes, interpreting the various works of classical Western and Soviet literature.
. Joyful harmonic creativity Zeytmana - is a kind of oasis in our fine arts
. His paintings could be called "painting of happiness", the creation of man, been able to overcome all the vicissitudes and volatile history of their country.
V. Meyland "Art of Happiness", the magazine "Capital", N48, 1993;
V. Meyland "Otradnoe art", journal Ogonyok ", N19-20, 1993;
Booklet Gallery STANBET, 1992, Moscow.