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Academy of Art in Leningrad.
"He was . . . passionate,"
Lemberskaya says, searching
for the perfect English word.
"For him it doesn't matter
that you're not comfortable,"
Lemberskaya adds. "He was
not interested in external
things." The couple was very
poor.
As is evidenced in the show,
Lemberski's works can be
divided in half. His earlier
works are technically profi-
cient and realistic. Some are
rather prosaic, though a 1945
self-portrait is subdued and
brooding. Many works from
this period, Lemberskaya ex-
plains, were commissioned by
the state and now hang in
museums across the Soviet
Union.
But it's his later works,
done in the '50s and '60s, that
are special and hold the
viewer's attention. These
were the works that the
Soviets disapproved of
because they did not ex-
emplify Soviet realism. "If a
person wanted to change from
the socialist realistic style
they were called a formalist,"
says Lemberskaya. Whatever
the authorities thought, these
are the works that reach out
to us, that move us. The pain-
tings are wonderfully ex-
pressive, filled with magnifi-
cent hues and a stunning
sense of form. "Even tough
the work was done 30 years
ago it remains very
stimulating," says Moga.
Many of these later oils refer
back to the impressionists
Lemberski most admired But
the subject matter and
technical execution are very
much Lemberski's own.
Several of the paintings are
landscapes with striking,
forceful colors. They are rich
and thick with reds, blues and
yellows. They are striking in
their immediacy and emo-
tional directness.
"His favorite place was Old
Lodoga, about three hours
from Leningrad," recalls
Lemberskaya. The town, with
its churces and rowboats,
trees and fields, figures pro-
minently in his oils. But
Lemberski also painted works
like "Babi-Yar" (circa 1952),
and "Blockade of Leningrad,"
and his Ural portraits and
landscape studies brought
him praise and a measure of
fame. "He writes with the
brush," Lemberskaya says, ex-
plaining that in the Russian
language the word 'write'
means paint.
Though time and distance
stand between Lemberski
and today, his vision remains
alive. "I thought there was a
lot of soul in his works," says
Mauer. The exhibit continues
through August.

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