Список коллекций: Shulzhenko Slepyshev
Slepyshev Anatoly


Date of birth: 1932
14. Крик. 1974. Холст, масло. 80х100
Scream. 1974. Oil, canvas. 80х100
12. Новый год. 1982. Холст, масло, процарапывание. 80х100,5
New year. 1982. Oil, canvas, scratching. 80х100,5
13. Счастливый полет. 1990. Холст, масло. процарапывание. 100х100
Happy flight. 1990. Oil, canvas, scrathing. 100х100
11. Березовая роща. 1982. Холст, масло, процарапывание. 60х80
Birch grove. 1982. Oil, canvas, scratching. 60х80
10. Зима. Холст, масло. 131х195
WInter. Oil, canvas. 131х195
9. Мой двор. 1977-1978. Холст, масло. 80х100_
My courtyard. 1977–1978. Oil, canvas. 80х100
7. Выступление эстрадного певца. 1981. Холст, масло. 80х100
A performance of a crooner. 1981. Oil, canvas. 80х100
6. Погоня. 1978. Холст, масло. 60х80
Chasing. 1978. Oil, canvas. 60х80
5. Обнаженная на лошади. 1989. Холст, масло. 50х70
Nude on a horse. 1989. Oil, canvas. 50х70
2. Похищение Европы. 1977. Холст, масло. 80х100
The rape of Europa. 1977. Oil, canvas. 80х100

Anatoly Slepyshev was born in Lopatino village, Penza region. He saved the memories of peaceful countryside views that he was surrounded by in his early childhood for a whole life. After his arrested father’s returning in 1945 the family moved to Ural. Anatoly saw a sooty city, a range of one-storied barracks full of people, bugs and cockroaches, fights here and there after those pleasant county views. Later such scenes would appear in Slepyshev’s works from time to time.

After graduating school Slepyshev entered an art college in Nizhny Tagil. He studied in a group of students who came from disembodied for formalism college. After army the beginner artist passed the exams to Art Institute named after V. Surikov. When Alexander Deineka came to the institute Slepyshev entered in his workshop.

During the summer practice he went to Novgorod where middle-aged frescos of Theophane Greek made a great impression on him. After that trip Slepyshev got deeply into monumental painting.

After the Khrushchev’s rout in Manege old rules began to recover in the institute. Hateful Deineka was fired and his students were forbidden to defend their final year projects. At the same time the relation to Slepyshev changed — his works were suffering from a steam of slam and he himself from niggles on the social and political exams.

After graduating from the institute Slepyshev got acquainted with A. Fonvizin, B. Chernishov and M. Nikonov. He liked Nikonov’s creativity the best. At that period of time Slepyshev was working in Moscow schools as an art teacher and also as a decorator in the State Library named after V. Lenin and in Kremlin restoration workshops. It was, by the way, the place where he made his first solo exhibition. He also followed the orders for VDNKh pavilions. He became a world famous artist through taking part in abroad exhibitions.

When Slepyshev finally got his own workshop in an ex-warehouse space in the GUM building on Kuibyshev Street, the most productive period of his work began.

From 1968 he had always been working in the field of easel graphic.

The final influence on his works at that period of time made Alexander Drevin’s works of 1920-1930s yeras, he saw them in Moscow private collections and on his posthumous solo exhibition in Moscow in 1979. In 1977 Slepyshev’s solo exhibition happened in the flat of art historian Leonid Bazhanov.

By the end of the 1970s he moved from thick and heavy to light and energetic works. By the beginning of the 1980s works with some watercolour appeared. Finally he went away from pen and ink figures to mixed watercolour, gouache and pencil technique. At the end of the 80s biblical and city themes arose. In 1989 Slepyshev went to Germany and then to Austria and France, where he spend several years from 1990 to 1996.


Solo exhibitions

1967   Exhibition of watercolours by Anatoly Slepyshev. Central House of Artist, Moscow

1970   Anatoly Slepyshev. Drawing. Central House of architect, Moscow

1971   Anatoly Slepyshev. Print workshop, Moscow

1976   Exhibition in the flat of art historian Leonid Bazhanov, Moscow

1981   Anatoly Slepyshev. Painting. House of scientists of the Scientific Center of the USSR Academy, Troitsk

1982–1983   Ausstelung Anatoli Slepyschev, Nicolai Grizjuk. Kleine Galerie Hoger Sweda, Berlin, Germany

1983    Anatoly Slepyshev. Puskin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

1984   Anatoly Slepyshev. Historical-Architectural and Art Museum of the New Jerusalem, Istra

1987   Anatoly Slepyshev. Exhibition of one picture. Dramatic theatre named after M. Ermolova, Moscow

           Anatoly Slepyshev. Drawing. Central House of Artist, Moscow

1989   Anatoly Slepyshev. Painting. AZLK Palace, Moscow

           Anatoly Slepyshev. MARS Gallery, Moscow

         Anatoly Slepyshev. Drawing. Moscow Gallery, Moscow

         Anatoly Slepyshev. Painting. Vadim Sidur Museum, Moscow

1990   Anatoli Slepyshev. L’exposition. Club Chabin international, Paris, France

           Anatoli Slepyshev. Galerie de Chaulnes, Paris, France

1990–1991   Anatoli Slepychev. Galerie de Chaulnes, Paris, France

1991   A. Slepyshev. Galerie des Planches. Paris, France

1992   Anatoli Slepyshev. Galerie la France. Paris, France

1993–1994   Uexposition des tableaux du celebre peintre russe Anatoli Slepychev. Representation Commerciale de la Federation de Russie en France. Paris, France

1994   Anatoly and Anastasiya Slepyshev. Painting. Drawing. Sculpture. Museum and Exhibition Center Istoki, Moscow

1995   Oeuvres d’Anatoli Slepychev. Moulin Ardousin. France

            Exposition du peintre Anatoli Slepychev. 60 neufs tableux. The National Assembly of France, Paris

1996   Exposition du celebre peintre russe Anatoli Slepychev. Lion, France

           Anatoli Slepychev a Marseille. The exhibition in the walls of the company Marseille International Fair, France

           Anatoly Slepyshev’s drawings. Representation Commerciale de la Federation de Russie en France. Paris, France

           Anatoly Slepyshev. Union Gallery, Moscow

1997   Anatoly Slepyshev. Painting, drawing. Historical-Architectural and Art Museum of the New Jerusalem, Istra, Russia