Litko, Dmitrij Vasilevich
Pittore nato a Mosca nel 1923; figlio del grande artista e pittore Vassilij Litko studia dal 1937 al 1939 allo studio statale di pittura in Mosca; dal 1939 al 1941 studia presso la scuola di pittura di "Goznak"; dal 1949 al 1951 continua la sua istruzione presso l'atelier di Juri Rjashskij e dal 1951 al 1954 presso lo studio di Sergeij Grigoriev.
Painter born in Moscow in 1923; son of the great artist and painter Vasily Litko studied from 1937 to 1939 to study the state of painting in Moscow; 1939 to 1941 he studied at the school of painting "Goznak"; 1949-1951 continued his education at the atelier of Juri Rjashskij and from 1951 to 1954 in the office of Sergei Grigoriev.
In 1960 and until 1967 is proposed as one of the greatest painters of the Soviet regime, and so fails to make permanent exhibition at the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and the State Museum of Soviet Republics.
Since 1940 starts to set up exhibitions throughout the Soviet and now his works are found in museums Russian Pskov, Petschora, Bryansk, Vorkuta as well as in private galleries in Germany, Finland, Holland, Japan, China , Korea and the United States.