Moisey Kogan, Russian (1924 - 2001)

Moisey Kogan

Moisey Kogan is a renowned classical artist, whose works are now sold at Christie's auctions. Kogan took part in Word War II in 1941-1945. In 1953, he graduated from the Surikov Academy of Arts in Moscow. He is the master of characteristic Russian: rural architectural landscapes.

A great influence and inspiration to Kogan's work came from the poet Sergei Essenin. Many of Kogan's paintings are imbued with Essenin's poetry and lyric, colorful songs in themselves. This is poetry in line and color. If one approaches this art from the point of artistic form, then Moisey Kogan's rural motifs may be characterized as geodesic naivet, and are noted for their spontaneity, sincerity, and simplicity.

A great influence and inspiration to Kogan's work came from the poet Sergei Essenin. Many of Kogan's paintings are imbued with Essenin's poetry and lyric, colorful songs in themselves. This is poetry in line and color. If one approaches this art from the point of artistic form, then Moisey Kogan's rural motifs may be characterized as geodesic naivet, and are noted for their spontaneity, sincerity, and simplicity.

Moisey Kogan's works are in numerous private collections and museums in Russia, Europe, and USA.

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