(1931 - 2004)
Mikhail Roginsky was active/lived in Russian Federation, France. Mikhail Roginsky is known for portrait, figure, still life painting, Russian Pop Art.
Biography Mikhail Roginsky
Mikhail Roginsky was born 1931, Moscow, died 2004, Paris. He studied at the Perutsky Moscow State Art School, which was shut down for “formalism” and turned into the “Memory of 1905” Moscow Art School, from which he graduated in 1951. He traveled around Russia from 1954 to 1960 working as a designer in provincial theaters and returned to Moscow in 1960.
Upon his return to Moscow in 1960 from the provinces, he painted Moscow courtyards and tramways the way he saw them.
In the mid-1960s he began depicting everyday objects in close up: Gasoline stove (‘Primus’), pot, matches, trousers, the squares of Metlakh tiles used in bathrooms and toilets.
His “Red Door” (1965) is a milestone work for
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