The artwork is the part of the Moscow Studio by Boris Belsky collection. The Moscow Studio is the first silk-screen printing workshop in Russia, created in 1991 by Boris Belsky.
The Moscow studio today is already a legend - the most famous Russian and international artists printed there, including Komar and Melamid, Dmitry Plavinsky, Oleg Kulik, Leonid Sokov, Victor Pivovarov, and others. In addition to them, Belsky was approached by young aspiring artists from many countries of the world. Belsky left the best works for his own collection.
This collection has unique value in terms of limited edition art - these are the first prints created in Russia, made with calligraphic accuracy of printing and high craftsmanship. Each artwork has remained in a single copy.
Boris Belsky himself worked in the printing graphic workshops of the Franz Mazerel School in Belgium, the Print Studio in Glasgow (Scotland), the graphic department of the University of Radgers in New Jersey (USA), and the Corcoran School in Washington (USA). He is a member of the Union of Artists, UNESCO International Union of Artists, an expert at the State Center for Photography of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
Author's signature is in the lower right corner but it is undetectable. The artwork needs additional attribution.
Gift inscription from Bronislav to Boris Smertin (Russian artist, sculptor, master of assemblage. Studied at the Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I.Surikov. Since 1967 he lived and worked in Moscow. Until 1988 he exhibited graphic works. various exhibitions showed assemblies, sculpture objects, paintings and graphics. From 1987 to 1992 - member of the group "Without a fourth" together with Vladimir Kuzmin and Boris Mikhailov. From 1989 to 1993 he worked in his own studio in Hamburg. The artist's works are kept in the State Tretyakov Gallery, The Russian Cultural Foundation, the M'ARS Gallery, the Segodnya Gallery, the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics in Moscow, the Museum of Art in New Orleans (USA), the Cremona Foundation in Maryland (USA), are also in private collections in Russia, USA, France , UK, Sweden, Italy and Germany.) Authorship of the work needs additional attribution.