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  Leonid Grigorasenco


Leonid Grigorasenco
1924, Birzula, the Ukraine - 1995, Chisinau



Education:
1940-1941 - The Republican School of Fine Arts "I.Repin", Chisinau

Personal Exhibitions:
1956 - Chisinau
1966 - Chisinau
1974 - Chisinau
1994 - "L. Grigorasenco at 70", Chisinau
1999 - "L. Grigorasenco at 75", Chisinau

Personal Exhibitions Abroad:
1962 - Moscow, Russian Federation
1972 - Ulianovsk, Irkutsk, Russian Federation
1977 - Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1978 - Sofia, Bulgaria
1983 - Belgrad, Jugoslavia
1989 - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia

Group Exhibitions in the Republic:
1964-1994 - participates at the exhibitions organized by the Union of Plastic Artists from Moldova

Moldova Plastic Artists Exhibitions Abroad:
1950, 1951, 1954, 1957, 1959, 1967, 1984 - Moscow, Russian Federation
1962 - Bucharest, Romania
1964 - Bacu, Azerbaidjan
1971 - Cotovitse, Poland
1974 - Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1974 - Bagdad, Iraq
1975 - Tashkent, Uzbekistan
1976 - Erevan, Armenia
1978 - Leipzig, Germany
1978 - Vienna, Austria
1978 - Budapest, Hungary
1984 - Kiev, the Ukraine
1984 - Minsk, Bielorussia

Prizes:
1967 - Laureate of the State Prize of the MSSR

Decorations:
1949 - The Order "Insigna de Onoare" (The Badge of Honour)
1958 - Corresponding Member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR
1960 - The Order of "Lenin"
1960 - Master of Fine Arts from the MSSR
1963 - People's Plastic Artist from the MSSR
1971 - The Order "Drapelul Rosu al Muncii" (The Red Banner of Labour)
1974 - The Order "Kirill and Mefodie", Bulgaria
1984 - The Order "Prietenia popoarelor" (Friendship of People)

Works:
Self-Portrait, 1964, coloured paper, coloured pencils, 31x23.5
Penalty, 1970, paper, watercolours, 56.5x76.5
Massacre, 1972, paper, etching, 44.5x64.3
We have lost our comrades, 1989, paper, crayon, 44x58
Damned Fig-Tree, 1989, coloured paper, sanguine, 46x62.8
The Last Supper. Two Swords, 1989, coloured paper, sanguine, 41x59.2
Blessing, 1990, paper, watercolours, 53x73
The Battle of Stephan the Great at Lipnic, 1993, paper, watercolours, 49.5x69
The Patrol at Grunvald, 1993, paper, watercolours, 47.2x65.2
Ludmila Shcherbina, 1993, cardboard, crayon, 74x53
Roses, 1993, coloured paper, crayon, 52x38

Critical Review:
L.P.Grigorasenco very often presents the man in extreme tragic situations in order to reveal his character in moments of supreme tension of moral and physical forces.

D. Goltov

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