Russian painter and stage designer. He was a Symbolist artist who, like many of his colleagues in the World of Art group, made his foremost contribution to the development of Russian art in the fields of graphic art and stage design. He first studied at the Drawing School of the Odessa Society of Fine Arts (...
Russian, 20th century, male.
Born 1879, in Beltsy; died 1973, in Stonington (Connecticut).
Painter (gouache), draughtsman. Scenes with figures. Stage costumes and sets.
Boris Anisfeld studied at the academy of fine art in St Petersburg. He spent some time in the south of France working on the Spanish border around 1913 and exhibited at the Salon d’Automne, of which he became a member. He then returned to work in Petrograd, only to leave again in 1917. From 1918 to 1920, he took part in a touring exhibition in the United States: Brooklyn Museum in New York, Allbright Knox Museum in Buffalo, Chicago Art Institute, Museum of Art in St Louis and in San Francisco....
Russian, 19th century, male.
Born 1862, in Krepost Zamostie (Poland); died 1920, in Moscow.
Painter, decorative designer, musician. Theatre decoration.
Wassilij Iwanowitch Denissoff trained in Warsaw, and moved to Moscow. After beginning a career as a musician, he devoted his life to decorative and landscape painting. He designed some acclaimed stage sets for the Vera Komissarjevskaya Theatre and the Musical Theatre between ...
Russian, 20th century, female.
Active in France from 1924.
Born 1882 or 1884, in Bielostok (Kiev); died 1949, in Fontenay-aux-Roses, France.
Painter, decorative artist. Stage sets, stage costumes.
Symbolism, Futurism, Constructivism.
Groups: Golubaya Roza (Blue Rose), Bubnovy Valet (Jack of Diamonds).
A student at the school of fine art in Kiev, Aleksandra Exter exhibited for the first time with the ...
Belgian, 20th century, female.
Born 1904, in Brussels; died 1985.
Painter, draughtswoman. Figures, scenes with figures. Stage costumes.
Suzanne Fabry was a student of Isidore de Rudder, Jean Delville and Constant Montald at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Brussels.
She took part in collective exhibitions: in ...
French, 19th – 20th century, male.
Born 8 August 1874, in Lachapelle-aux-Pots; died August 1966, in Le Mans.
Painter, poet, musician.
Tristan Klingsor became known in 1895 for his poetry tinged with Symbolism and a certain humour. Previously he had tried his hand at musical composition. Despite his close friendship with Maurice Ravel, Klingsor began to move in the direction of the visual arts but without abandoning his poetry. He studied at the École du Louvre in Paris. He was in turn a landscape painter, a portraitist, and a painter of still-lifes, and proved to be a moving painter of reality. He also wrote some critical studies, notably on Chardin, Hubert-Robert and Cézanne....
Russian, 20th century, male.
Born 1875, in Eletsk; died 1949, in Moscow.
Draughtsman, illustrator. Portraits, landscapes, urban views. Stage costumes and sets.
Groups: Golubaya Roza (Blue Rose), Obshchestvo Khudoznikov 4 Iskusstva (Four Arts Society of Artists), Mir Iskusstva (World of Art).
Nikolai Oulianov studied in V. Meshmov's studio in Moscow (...