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.
Igor Devishev was born in Weimar, studied drawing first in the fine arts circle at the Leningrad House of Scientists, then at the Stavropol Art School and the Kuban State University. In 1984 he was admitted to the Union of Artists of the USSR. His paintings are kept in private and museum collections in Russia, Great Britain, USA, Germany. Personal exhibitions were held in England and America.