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Aleksandr S. Murylov

Aleksandr Sergeyevich Murylov was born in April of 1924 in the village of Burluk in the Volgograd region, and since 1930 lived in the town of Semiluki in the Voronezh region.

Aleksandr S. Murylov's first art teachers were P. N. Gatilov and P. I. Popov. In August of 1941, he was involved in digging defenses on the right bank of the Dnepr River. On September 7, 1942 he was conscripted into the Russian Workers Red Army and until August 25th served in the 210th Intelligence Unit around Smolensk, where he was wounded, he lost his right foot.

From 1944 to 1950 he studied at the Penza Art College under Goruskin-Sorokopudov and from 1951 to 1957 studied at the Tallin Art Institute.

From 1960 to 1991 he worked as a lecturer at the Voronezh Building Institute.

Aleksandr S. Murylov often exhibited at regional, zonal and republic exhibitions.
He died October 22, 2001

''Fisherman'' by Aleksandr S. Murylov"Fisherman"
Date: 1951
Size: 27" x 34"
Oil on Canvas
Signature in cyrillic lower right corner and reverse
''Woman In A Fur Collar'' by Aleksandr S. Murylov"Woman In A Fur Collar"
Oil on Canvas
Date: 1959
Size: 27.5" x 38"
Signature in cyrillic lower right corner
''Girl In A White Cape'' by Aleksandr S. Murylov"Girl In A White Cape"
Oil on Canvas
Date: 1963
Size: 21" x 36"
Signed in cyrillic on reverse

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