The greatest Russian artist Moses Feigin, listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest working professional artist, died in Moscow at the 104 th year of his life, told Russian news agency “RIA Novosti” on Thursday. Feigin’s last exhibition was held in Moscow at the Central House of Artists, from 27 April to 10 May 2007. At that time, the Moses Feigin was 102 years and 199 days old. In February 2008, after the certification procedure, M. Feigin was entered into the Guinness Book of Records, reported to “RIA Novosti” the official representative of the Guinness Book of Records.
November 13, 2007 Moses Feigin was recognized as the “Oldest working professional artist” by Guiness World Records after his last exhibition (in which newly created works were shown) when he was 102 years and 199 days old at the Central House of the Artist in Moscow, Russia. February 21, 2007 (RIA Novosti)
Feigin is the last surviving member of the Knave of Diamonds, a Russian union of avant-garde, established in Moscow in the early 20th century. His latest exhibition, displaying the works he made after his 100th birthday, was held at the Central House of the Artist in Moscow, Russia, in the spring of 2007.