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Kozlov Sergey Ivanovich (1955 - ...)  Click to play

Kozlov Sergey Ivanovich was born in 1955 in the town of Dmitrov. At present the artist resides in the village of Fedoskino.

In 1974 Sergey Ivanovich finished the Fedoskino Art School. His teachers were Larishev G.I., Monashov S.V., Davydov P.S.

The artist was nominated to join the Artist Union of USSR in 1983. For a valuable contribution to the art of Fedoskino lacquered miniature, he was given the State Repin Prize of RSFSR.

S.I. Kozlov's works are displayed in the central museums of Russia.

Sergey Ivanovich has been working at the Fedoskino Art Factory since 1974. Began exhibiting in 1976.

The artist paints in the style of Fedoskino lacquered miniature, using oil paints. Almost all his works are original. He paints on a variety of themes: fairy-tales, architecture, landscapes, history.

Sergey Ivanovich canít say what artwork was his favorite one; all of them are dear to him. He values his works, mostly, for unity of form and painting.

The painter acknowledges that he works on account of curiosity, intending to find out how the future composition will look in the end. Finishes working, when all his artistic ideas are realized and there is nothing to add.

Sergey Ivanovich applies in work his personal painting methods and prefers to use cold, beautiful colors.

S.I. Kozlov thinks his artworks are recognizable owing to thinness and precision of painting, interesting themes, beautiful color combinations, original execution and unusual shapes of his boxes.

Sergey Ivanovich decided to be an artist because he has liked to paint since his childhood. His son, Alexander, is also engaged in painting.

In his free time the artist likes to draw; job and hobby is the same thing for him.

Sergey Ivanovich wishes to all admires of Russian lacquer miniature art happiness in their private life.
Sergey Kozlov in his house

Sergey Ivanovich Kozlov's works are sited in these books:
I. Nikolai Malakhov, 1990, FEDOSKINO, IZOBRAZITELNOYE ISKUSSTVO PUBLISHERS, Moscow:

1. Box "Fairy-tale scene" (1977), # 168.
"Fairy-tale scene" (1977)
2.Box "Red Army men playing a new march" (1980), # 169.
"Red Army men playing a new march" (1980)
3. Box "The town of Dmitrov" (1978), # 170.
"The town of Dmitrov" (1978)
4.Box "The Frog Princess" (1982, S.I. Kozlov, A. Kuznetsov, V. Sorokin), # 175.
"The Frog Princess" (1982)
II. RUSSIAN LACQUERS, V/O ROSVNESHTORG, 1989, Moscow, USSR:

1.Small chest "Tale of Tsar Saltan" (1980, Fedoskino Museum), page 11, # 2.

2.Box "Landscape with River", page 11, # 8.
"Landscape with River"
3.Box "Winter", page 12, # 4.

4.Small chest "St. Basil's Cathedral", page 16, # 1.
St. Basil's Cathedral
5.Box "White Nights", page 17, # 5.

6. Small chest "Winter Troikas", page 24, # 1.
"Winter Troikas"
III. Pirogova L., 1996, 200 YEARS OF RUSSIAN LACQUERY, Yantarny Skaz, ROSKNIGA, Kaliningrad, ISBN 5-7406-0017-0:

1. Casket "The Haysack" (1980, All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art), page 96.
2. Casket "Old Mazai and the Hares" (1996, painter's property), page 102.
3. Casket "Petersburg" (1996, painter's property), page 120.
4. Casket "White Night" (1996, painter's property), page 123.

VI. Krestovskaya N., 1995, MASTERPIECES OF RUSSIAN FOLK ART. LACQUERED MINIATURES. FEDOSKINO, INTERBOOK, Moscow:

1. Casket "Alexander Pushkin and Natalia Goncharova" (1993), page 98, # 185.
2. Casket "Winter at Sergiev Posad" (1994), page 99, # 186.
3. Casket "Marfino" (1987), page 110, # 212.

V. Suprun L.Ya., 1987, LACQUER MINIATURE OF FEDOSKINO, LEGROMBITIZDAT, Moscow:

1. Box "Morning" (1982, Fedoskino Museum), page 165, # 73.
2. Box "Landscape with River" (1982, Fedoskino Museum), page 166, # 74.
3. Small chest "Tale of Tsar Saltan" (1980, Fedoskino Museum), page 235, # 124.

VI. Maria Nekrasova, 1994, RUSSIAN LACQUER MINIATURES. FEDOSKINO, PALEKH, KHOLUY, MSTERA, SOGLASIE, Moscow:

1. Box "Landscape with River" (1982, Fedoskino Museum), page 89, # 77.
2. Casket "Autumn in Arkhangelskoe" (1990, painter's property), page 90, # 78.
3. Box " St. Basil's Cathedral" (1986, Fedoskino Museum), page 90, # 79.

VII. Soloninkin N., Dmitriev B., 1995, FEDOSKINO LACQUER MINIATURE, Fedoskino factory of miniature art, Moscow:

1. Box "Landscape", page 54, # 86.

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