Pymonenko Mykola Kornylovych, 1862 - 1912

An outstanding Ukrainian painter, master of genre painting. Born in the family of icon painter. First he studied at Kyiv Drawing School of M. Murashko (1879 -1882), where he met I. Repin, who acknowledged the boy's talent. From 1882 till 1884 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in the studio's of future father-in-law V. Orlowskyy. Dist...

An outstanding Ukrainian painter, master of genre painting. Born in the family of icon painter. First he studied at Kyiv Drawing School of M. Murashko (1879 -1882), where he met I. Repin, who acknowledged the boy's talent. From 1882 till 1884 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in the studio's of future father-in-law V. Orlowskyy. Distinguishing himself as a talented student, during the first year of his studying he received three medals. After returning to Kyiv he continued to be actively engaged in painting. Since the late 1880s the main theme in his works is representation of the life of Ukrainian village. On the invitation of M. Murashko he was appointed a senior lecturer of Kyiv Drawing School (1884 - 1900). Academician, member and exhibitor of the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions (1904), and of various art associations in Paris, Munich, Berlin. The painting "Hopak" was successfully exhibited at the exhibition in the Paris Salon in 1909 and was acquired by the Louvre museum. He participated in numerous academic, international exhibitions; many museums held large-scale memorial exhibitions of the artist. The majority of his works is stored in the National Art Museum of Ukraine that holds regular exhibitions of his works and constantly exhibits the artistic heritage of the master. His works are also presented in many museums of Ukraine and Russia, including the State Russian Museum, in the Art Museums of Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, etc.

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