Guram (Khita) Kutateladze was born in the family of famous Georgian painter and rector (1959–1972) of Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Apolon Kutateladze. He studied at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1940-1942, 1946) and the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (1942-1946). His lecturer was David Kakabadze, outstanding Georgian modernist artist. In 1946 returns back to Moscow Art institute, where works in the studio of A. Osmiorkin, member of the artists group Bubnovi Valet (also called Cezannists). In the great variaety of Guram Kutateladze’s works the main theme is landscape. He developed his own view and concept of landscape and scenery. He was honoured Artist of Georgia, Rustaveli Prize. His works are preserved State Museum of Georgia and the National Gallery in Tbilisi; Pushkin Museum and the Art Museum of People of East, Moscow; Ludwig Museum, Germany; as well as private collections: K. Glazer collection, Bob an Meryon Rotshields Collection.
Date of Birth/Death1924-1979Share