The artist Yuri Leonidovich Frolov was born in Vvedenovka, Ryazan region, Russia in 1925. Frolov studied at the Moscow Intermediate Art School from 1939 to 1944 and then at the famous Surikov Art Institute until 1950. The Surikov is the premier art school in Moscow and one of the top three schools in Russia. He was active and worked in Moscow and began exhibiting in 1950. Frolov's important art shows include the 'All-Union Art Exhibition' in 1950, 1951, and 1955. These show were juried and and were extremely rigorous in the criteria for participation. Frolov specialized in everyday life genre paintings, scenes of life in Chukotka, and composition portraits. He was awarded many prizes for his input in the development of Russian and Soviet art. Frolov passed in 1998. This oil painting comes in the hand-made, closed corner, gilded frame in which it is photographed. The painting has been fitted with D-ring hardware for optimal hanging. Don't miss the opportunity to own one of these masterpieces.