natalia-manevich, but I find such a statement.
Note the colored me.
Berendgof Boris S. 1904, Moscow - 1990, ibid.
(Percy. In the paper and in museums - work after 1950, as the early did not survive).
1926 - 1-I-show graphics;
1930 - owls. graphics. London (Spr., Vol I, pp. 181, 366); Cnp., II, pp. 444 (ukaz.);
1982 - 50 years MOSKh. M., CEH;
1983 - pers. MOSH (Golitsyn IV - Art. In cont.)
1985 - pers. CX USSR (Miturich MP-st. In the cat.)
1989 - New Arrivals, Pushkin Museum (Cat., pp. 144);
1991 - Persian posthumously. M., CHA (BK);
1992 - 20-30-ies. MOSH, CHA (cat., 1991, pp. 28).
Museums: Boldin, Pushkin Museum, Tretyakov Gallery, Pushkin Museum (Moscow), Novgorod, New Jerusalem, Pushkin Mountains, Rostov, Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl.
Rare items from you.
I have seen work created in the evacuation, particularly in Samarkand.
Many remained there. Well, there is, in many cases been preserved and now appears on Russia's art market.