Oskar Yakovlevich Rabin was born on January 2, 1928, and died on November 7, 2018.
He was a Russian painter.
He was celebrated in the West as ‘Solzhenitsyn in painting’.
Rabin was one of the originators of non-conventionalism and one of the coordinators of the ‘Lianozovo Group’ which grew up around Yevgeny Kropivnitsky (1893-1979).
Over a time of seven years (1958-1965), the previous camp military enclosure in Lianozovo, where Oskar Rabin lived with his better half, Valentina Kropivnitskaya, went about as the focal point of the dynamic intellectual elite.
Soviet material life and its emotional craziness was for a long time the focal topic of Rabin’s imagination.
The craftsman’s most loved types included the scene, still, life and insides, proceeding in the custom of 1920s European expressionism.
Rabin utilizes a twisting of the point of view, the standards of misshapen and the annihilation of vast scale connections.
Oskar Rabin was a coordinator of the nonconformist Bulldozer Exhibition, an informal workmanship display on an empty part in the Belyayevo urban woodland by Moscow cutting-edge specialists on September 15, 1974.
The show was mightily separated by a huge police compel that included bulldozers and water guns.
Oskar Rabin emigrated to Paris in 1978.
Russian painter Oscar Rabin passed away at 90 years old.