(1886 - 1957)
Alexandre Volkov was active/lived in Russian Federation. Alexandre Volkov is known for painting.
Biography Alexandre Volkov
In Volkov's artistic biography, 1944 was a period of intensive work and
fruitful communication with important artists, in particular with
Alexander Tyshler, who withdrew to Tashkent with the Jewish theatre of
Solomon Mikhoels; Volkov was also in touch with Alexander Labas and
Mikhail Chemyakin, a student of Serov and Korovin. Volkov
wielded considerable authority during this period: he was elected
Chairman of the Picture Department and board member of the Union of
Artists of Uzbekistan; he taught at the School of Arts and was also
awarded the medal 'For Heroism in Work'. It was during this 'thaw' in
the political atmosphere that Volkov gained more recognition for his
achievements and yet, shortly after the war whic
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