Kozlov Alexander (1902-1946)

In 1918, he entered the Moscow State Free Art Studios. His favourite great masters were Rembrandt, El-Greco, Delacroix, Cezanne and P.Kuznetsov. He participated in exhibitions from 1930 onwards. Kozlov’s paintings are plastic, emotional and expressive. “Circus Entertainer in a Top Hat” and “Portrait of a Woman in a Hat” belong to the earlier period of his artistic endeavour. In 1946, Kozlov died in an accident.

Circus Entertainer in a Top Hat. 1920. Oil on plywood. 55x45

Portrait of a Woman in a Hat. 1920. Oil on plywood. 54,5x44,5