Latvian painter, stage designer and graphic designer. After a childhood spent in Siberian exile, he studied decorative art and trained as a painter in the Latvian Art Academy (1963–72), preparing for a career as a stage designer. Stage design and the applied arts were less constrained by Socialist Realist dictates during the 1970s, and he quickly became one of Latvia’s most innovative artists. His fluency with process art and installation, for example, was already evident in his designs for a ...
Mark Allen Svede
M. N. Sokolov
Georgian painter, draughtsman, illustrator and stage designer. From 1910 to 1914 he trained at the Tiflis School of Painting and Sculpture and from 1919 to 1926 at the Académie Ronson in Paris. While in Paris he became closely acquainted with Modigliani, Ignacio Zuloaga, Natal’ya Goncharova and Mikhail Larionov. His early works, with their theatrically romantic depictions of Georgian national life, fantastic and Symbolist motifs and surreal effects of colour, combine elements of the grotesque with a charming poetic mystery (e.g. the ...
Israeli, 20th century, male.
Born 1905, in Poland (formerly Austro-Hungaria); died 1988, in Tel Aviv.
Painter, lithographer, poster artist. Scenes with figures, figures. Stage sets, murals.
Boston (Fine Art Mus.)
Jerusalem (Israel Mus.)
Ostend (Mus. voor Moderne Kunst)
Tel Aviv (MA)...