Anatoly Timofeevich Zverev was a prominent Russian artist of the avant-garde and non-conformist art movements. He was born in Moscow in 1931, and gained a reputation as a talented artist from a young age. He studied at the Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute, under the supervision of the renowned painter Isaak Brodsky. During his lifetime, Zverev was well-known for his abstract paintings and drawings, often featuring multicoloured shapes and symbols. Some of his most notable works include 'Night', 'Company', 'The Big City', 'The White Magician' and 'Gazebo'.
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