Alexander Kosolopov was a celebrated Russian artist of the 20th century. His body of work encompassed a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, prints and illustrations. Born in Moscow in 1932, he first studied at the Moscow Art School, and later graduated from the Surikov Institute of Art. He was part of the wave of Russian artists who embraced abstractionism during the 1970s and 1980s, and he was particularly admired for his bold and vivid color palette. Among his most celebrated works are Intersections (1973), The Battle (1977), and Triptych (1984). He continued creating works until his death in 2004.
Alexander Kosolopov, Russian artist, abstract art, Moscow Art School, Surikov Institute of Art
— Mei Wang
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