Symphony of Colors


Anatoliy Teleshov (1928 - 1990)

May 2 – 30, 2022
Opening Reception:
Saturday, May 14, 2022
5 pm — 7 pm

SYMPHONY of COLORS is the retrospective exhibition of the international artist Anatoliy Teleshov (1928 - 1990). He was born in 1928 in a small town in central Russia. At the age of six, his parents brought him to the Russian Far East. After graduating from Vladivostok Art College in 1952, he continued his art education under the supervision of notable Moscow painters at the Academicheskaya Dacha. He developed a painting style that combines impressionistic techniques with a realistic vision of nature. Teleshov's works have been displayed in numerous exhibitions. They are featured in the permanent collections of museums and private galleries in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, France, China, Republic of Korea, Italy, Ukraine, Georgia, Russia, and other countries. For more information, visit:

34 paintings, done in a period from 1956 to 1990,  courtesy of the artist’s family .
Curator: Olga Borisov, Administrative Assistant for Fine Arts and World Languages and Cultures Departments

Click on the image to see a larger view. Photos by Olga Borisov.
  • A Little Hostess
  • Warm March
  • Villa Ksenia
  • The Crimea-Ai Petry
  • Old Vladivostok
  • Evening
  • Vladivostok
  • Crimea Morning
  • Evening in the Crimea
  • Wild Flowers
  • Fresh Flowers
  • The Last Autumn Bouquet
  • My Wife and Daughter Olia
  • Morning-Olia
  • Sitting Women Study
  • Birds Yard
  • Portrait of an Old Man
  • Autumn in Primorye
  • Corner of the Studio