Victor Lasuchin (Russian/American, 1927 - 2013), portrait of a nude woman seated in a chair and wearing a slip, oil painting on stretched canvas. Unsigned but stamped verso with official stamp of the Lasuchin estate. Unframed. Measures 42in x 28in. Condition: Minor chips and scratches to paint at farthest edges of image and bottom corners. Lasuchin had a long and accomplished career as an artist. In addition to the achievements below he has exhibited widely in international as well as national venues and won many awards for his work.
Education includes: Master of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania 1970, Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania 1968, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia PA 1954-59, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia PA 1951-52, Nachwuchsgruppe Bildender Kunstler, Regensburg, Germany 1946-47
MUSEUMS & COLLECTIONS holding Lasuchin’s work includes: National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., USA, Philadelphia Museum of Fine Art, Philadelphia PA, USA, The State Russian Museum St. Petersburg, Russia, Tretiakov State Gallery, Moscow Russia, National Museum of Fine Art, Warsaw, Poland, Museum of Fine Art, Kracow, Poland
De Cordova Museum, Boston MA; Collection of Russian Art of XIXth and XXth Century, Zimmerly Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ, USA, University of Delaware, Newark,DE, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
Memberships include: The Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; American Color Print Society; Pennsylvania Water Color Society; Philadelphia Water Color Club; The Woodmere Art Museum; Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts.
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