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"Painting is my passion, the beginning of all beginnings. A realistic orientation is my conviction. Realism requires professionalism and a high skill..." Artist Zaslavsky paints mostly architectural landscapes of Jerusalem and other places of Land of Israel. His works are found in Leading museums of the Ukraine, and also in private collections throughout Europe, Israel and the United States.
Venyamin Zaslavsky was born in 1936 in Kiev, Ukraine. The was years, 1941-1945, evacuated, he spent in Kirghizia with his mother and brother. His father was killed in action. The was ended and the family came back to Kiev. Young Venyamin's artistic gift was revealed early in secondary school. He consecutively studied and successfully graduated from were V. Dukhnovsky and D. Lider, both artistic-academicians and masters of the Ukrainian arts.
Between 1967 and 1991, Zaslavsky was the principal artist of the Kiev Operetta Theater producing more than seventy shows. In addition, between 1974 and 1992, he taught art at the theater department of the Kiev Art Institute. He is a member of the Ukrainian Union of Theater Artists, and an honored artist of Poland.
Artist Zaslavsky paints mostly architectural landscapes of Jerusalem and other places of Land of Israel. His works are found in Leading museums of the Ukraine, and also in private collections throughout Europe, Israel and the United States.
1988 - "Krakow", Cinerama, Kiev 1989 - "Kiev and Krakow. the Sister -Cities", Krakow 1990 - "Krakow", The Union of Artists of the Ukraine, Kiev 1991 - "Kiev and Krakow", the Teacher Palace, Kiev 1994 - "Kiev, Krakow, Jerusalem", The Anvient Sanctuary, Kiev 1996 - "Krakow, Kiev", The Pavlo Tychina Musiem, Kiev 1996 - "Jerusalem", The Israeli Cultural Center, Kiev
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