Samara Regional Art Museum presents an exhibition of Moscow expressionist painter Aron Bukh "Own way".
Aron Froimovich Bukh (1923–2006) - Russian artist, born in the city of Berdichev in Ukraine. At the age of 13 he moved with his parents to Moscow, where he began to study drawing. He studied painting under the guidance of famous Soviet artists - Konstantin Yuon and Vasily Baksheev.
A significant part of the creative way was fond of impressionism, but since the early 1980s. Buch abandons his painting system and turns to expressionism: refuses to use brushes and palettes, works with his hands, mixing colors right on the canvas. There comes a flowering of creativity, which will last until the death of the artist.
The exhibition presents about 60 paintings and graphic works of the master, created mainly in the last decade of the artist's life.