Moscow: Sovetskii Khudozhnik, 1964. Intezarov, Arkady Ivanovich (artist). Publisher's accordion-fold brochure. Item #539
Book measures: 21.5 x 15 cm.  pages: illustrations. Text in Russian. One of 500 copies. Signed by the artist on the first page.
This artist monograph, personally inscribed and signed by Arkady Ivanovich Intezarov, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, offers a detailed look into the life and works of this acclaimed master of battle painting. A key figure at the studio of military artists named after M.B. Grekova, Intezarov is renowned for his contributions to the genre of military art, particularly his work on dioramas and panoramas. Intezarov's education at the Leningrad Art and Industrial College and the Moscow Printing Institute laid the foundation for his distinctive artistic style. His career took off in 1934 when he began participating in various exhibitions, showcasing his unique ability to capture the essence of military themes through his art. Among his notable achievements are the creation of the dioramas “Alpine Campaign of A.V. Suvorov” and “Combat Commonwealth of Soviet Wars and the Polish Army”, which are significant works that combine historical accuracy with artistic mastery. These dioramas not only demonstrate his skill in large-scale works but also his deep understanding of military history and patriotic themes. This monograph serves as a testament to Intezarov's significant contributions to Soviet art, particularly in the realm of military and patriotic themes. It provides an intimate view of his artistic journey and the impact of his works on the genre of battle painting.