The Water Carriers, 1955
Women in White, 1991
Palace on the River, 1978
Modest, focused within himself, introverted, preferring to spend all his time out in the open air, he had no interest in self-representation or any of the...
By MIKE BOEHM (L.A. Times) - Milton Hebald, the sculptor who created renowned public installations in Los Angeles, New York and around the world, dies...
The emergence of the market for Russian Modernist Art is a fascinating narrative, symmetrical as it is to the dramatic collapse of the Iron Curtain. The on-going plot is even more intriguing because of the historical ironies involved and the fast paced tempo in which the story continues to evolve. The cast of characters centers around the passionate artists compelled to express their inner visions and their audience; art lovers, dealers, historians and critics.Read More
Boris Chetkov's works have been acquired by the Russian State Museum of St. Petersburg, by many art museums and galleries throughout Russia, and by various galleries outside of Russia including the United States.
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