We present CCD UBVI observations obtained in the field of the two previously
unstudied dissolving open cluster candidates NGC 7036
and NGC 7772. Our analysis suggests that both the objects are Open
Cluster Remnants (OCR).
NGC 7036 is an open cluster remnant with a core radius of about 3-4 arcmin.
We derive for the first time estimates of its fundamental parameters.
We identify 17 likely members which define a group of stars at 1 kpc from the Sun,
with a low reddening E(B-V) ~ 0.1,and with an age of about 3-4 Gyr.
As for NGC 7772, we identify 14 likely members, which define
a group of stars with a very low reddening (E(B-V) ~ 0.03), 1.5 Gyr old
and located about 1.5 kpc from the Sun.