A gifted Urals graphic artist, landscape painter, keeper of traditions of academic realism. While traveling all over the Urals he created a great number of wonderful lyric, industrial and city landscapes in different techniques – linoleum engraving, etching, lithography, aqua-tinta, mezzo-tinta, soft varnish. He entered Sverdlovsk Art School in 1949. In 1950 he met legendary old artist G.N. Gaman-Gamon who communicated with such masters of etching as F. Brengvin, V. Serov, I. Shishkin, and V.Mate. That meeting influenced the young artist very much. The friends and teachers of Lev Veybert – B. Semenov and A. Burak shared with him many trips. He became a full member of the Union of Artists in 1965. He was also a master of panoramic and epic landscapes of the Urals nature. His works are kept in big museums and prestigious private collections in Russia and abroad.