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Eduard Ziuzin
Eduard Ziuzin
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Eduard Karpovich Ziuzin was born on January 18, 1938, in Moscow.
Eduard’s father was Karp Atarov, a ballet dancer.
The Ziuzin family, from which he descended through his mother, were minor nobility.
Eduard Ziuzin showed an atitude for art at an early age,
and was drawing and composing poetry by the age of five.

In 1941, he was evacuated from Moscow. After the death of his mother,
he was placed in an orphanage in Siberia, where he lived until 1946.
In 1950, he painted his first work: My Yard.

In 1951, at the age of 13, he began to work in a factory.
At the same time, he started attending an art school.

 

 

In 1960, he painted Rostov Street and Pond,
which was later acquired by the Tretyakov Gallery.

In 1973, he was arrested for dissident activity.
He would spend the next 5 years in prison and in a psychiatric ward.
During this time, he would paint his famous series of “Prison Portraits.”
Ziuzin’s patrons include notable Russian art collectors such as
Dr. Alexander Miasnikov, Kostaki and Dr. Lobchinsky.

Ziuzin cites three of his teachers
as having been most influential in his development as a painter.
The first teacher was Dr. G. K. Kravchenko,
a well-known Russian painter,
himself the student of Ilya Repin.
The second was Vasily Sitnikov,
a notable painter of the Russian Avant-Garde.
The third was Marc Chagall, another famous painter,
together with whom Eduard had an exhibition in Tokyo in 1980.
That year, he was pronounced one Russia’s best realist painters.
In 1993, Ziuzin emigrated to the United States,
where he settled in Jersey City.
In 1995, he held an exhibition
in the Museum of Contemporary Russian Art in Jersey City.

 

 

Artworks:



Green Trees - oil on cardboard


Price: $600.00 USD
$ 600 USD


Product ID: 26493

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Brown Tree - oil on cardboard


Price: $540.00 USD
$ 540 USD


Product ID: 26492

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Blue Man - oil on cardboard


Price: $1,080.00 USD
$ 1,080 USD


Product ID: 26491

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Green Woman - oil on cardboard


Price: $1,080.00 USD
$ 1,080 USD


Product ID: 26490

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Blue Woman - oil on canvas over cardboard


Price: $3,500.00 USD
$ 3,500 USD


Product ID: 26489

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The Self-Portrait - oil on particle board


Price: $5,800.00 USD
$ 5,800 USD


Product ID: 26488

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