|The Defense of Sevastopol, 1942, A.A. Deineka|
|A.A. Deineka Self-portrait, 1916.|
|Conquerors of Space, 1961, A.A. Deineka. Patriotic pride or propaganda?|
|The Relay Baton Round, the Ring B, 1947, A.A. Deineka. |
He loved painting athletes and their games--about as close as he ever got to genre.
|Spring in Paris, 1961, A.A. Deineka. You can almost hear and smell "Springtime in Paris,"|
a freshness seldom seen or felt in his Russian scenes.
|The Spanish Steps, 1961, A.A. Deineka|
|Both works are from 1934. The contrast was subtle |
enough to escape notice by the Soviets.
|The Tractor Driver, 1958, A.A. Deineka|
|All flags on a visit to U.S., 1961, A.A. Deineka. Notice whose flag is missing?|