«New Gallery»established in 1989 in Moscow.
We specializes in Soviet Art of Socialist
Realism of the 1920-50s.:
Painting, Drawing, Poster, Applied Art.
This is one of the largest assemblage among the private collections.
The gallery bears the responsibility for all the information accompanying on the exhibitors.
B. Zelensky studied at S.M. Zeidenberg's art studio in Leningrad (1925-1927) and
K.F.Yuon's art studio in Moscow (1930-1932); he studied
at the Moscow Art School (1932-1933, S.I. Frolov's
studio) and at the Moscow Art & Tech School named after M.I.
Kalinin (1933-1939, S.F. Nikolaev's studio).
B. Zelensky is best known for his film poster work. He made commercial
posters, theatre and circus placards; he occupied himself with political
posters as well. He participated in exhibitions since 1948: a diploma of the
International Posters Exhibition in Vienna (for the film
"Pirogov"); in 1957 - a diploma of the All-Union Books, Drawings and Posters
Exhibition (for the film "Othello"). As a book illustrator he collaborated with
"The Politizdat" and "The Molodaya Gvardiya" publishing houses. During the
1950s he worked on "The Ogonyok", "The Krokodile" and "The Sovetsky Tsirk" magazines
as a cartoonist. Beginning with the 1930s he devoted himself to industrial graphic
arts (labels, logotypes, etc.). His works have been widely exhibited abroad: London - 1934; Vienna - 1948; etc.
The cover of the magazine ‛Ogonek“, No.50, 1957
Oбложка журанала "Огонек" № 50, 1957
The Third International Good Will Sports Games,
III Международные дружеские спортивные игры молодежи. Москва, 1957
Raise the quality of fulfilling the decoration works by dry methods, 1950s
Выше качество отделочных работ сухими методами, 1950е
A Study for the cinema poster ‛The Meeting on the Elbe“, 1949
Эскиз киноплаката "Встреча на Эльбе", 1949
Buy Ice-Cream! 1950s
Покупайте мороженое! 1950е
Magazin "Zateinik", 1950s
Журнал "Затейник", 1950е
Bicycle tourism, 1950s
Велотуризм - лучший вид отдыха, 1950е
Flower Powder, 1950s
Цветочная пудра, 1950е
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