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|Cable plant in Tashkent|
(1982, canvas on carton, oil, 67 x 48 см)
|A cable factory in Tashkent|
(1982, canvas, oil, gauze on cardboard, 67 x 48 cm)
The painting was discovered by accident during workshop cleaning.
The artist's grandfather, Mark Petrovich Pavlov, born in Berdyansk, founded a cable factory in Tashkent in 1942. The main plant came from Kolchugino, Vladimir Region. After the winter War grandfather with frostbitten feet was sent from the army with the rank of captain, he was commissioned to restore the evacuated factory as soon as possible. He was awarded the Order of Red Banner of Labor.
The factory became known as "Sredneasiatcabel". M. Pavlov, father of the artist, worked here, too. The grandmother of the artist - Valentine became the Deputy Minister of Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The Family house in the 3rd deadlock of Nasyrov was built by Germans under command of the Japanese architect, so the house stood up the Tashkent earthquake in 1966.
The house next door was often visited by classic of the Uzbek poetry Gafur Gulam.
The grave of the grandmother is in a Botkin cemetery in Tashkent. M. P. Pavlov died in 1960, he is buried at the Vagankovsky cemetery in Moscow. After the restoration of the factory in Tashkent, Mark Petrovich was sent as a military representative of the factory to work on lend-lease, and after the Victory was sent for dismantling of the German factory in Magdeburg.
The painting exhibited in the jubilee exhibition dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the Russian railways. The exhibition took place in the Marble Hall of the Museum of Ethnography in St. Petersburg in autumn 2012.cvvx
In a private collection.
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