Simhovych Simkha Faybusovych, 1885 – 1949

Ukrainian painter, graphic artist and teacher. Born in Novozybkov, Chernihiv province (now Bryansk region, Russia). In 1905 - 1911 he studied at the Odessa Art School, in 1913 - 1922 - at the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. In 1918 participated in the exhibition of paintings and sculptures of Jew-artists in Moscow. In 1919 received 1st prize ...

Ukrainian painter, graphic artist and teacher. Born in Novozybkov, Chernihiv province (now Bryansk region, Russia). In 1905 - 1911 he studied at the Odessa Art School, in 1913 - 1922 - at the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. In 1918 participated in the exhibition of paintings and sculptures of Jew-artists in Moscow. In 1919 received 1st prize at Petrograd art competition "The Great Russian Revolution." In 1922 works were exhibited at the International Book Exhibition in Florence. In 1924 emigrated to the United States. The first years lived in New York, in 1930 he moved to Greenwich (Connecticut), where he opened an art school. He painted still lifes, landscapes, portraits, genre scenes, executed decorative panels. The works were reproduced in American magazines. Held solo exhibitions in New York galleries of M. Sterner (1927, 1928, 1929, 1931) and Middletown (1940), participated in group exhibitions. In 1932 received the bronze medal of the Art Institute of Chicago, in 1933 - 3rd Prize of Worcester Art Museum in Worcester (Massachusetts). He was a member of the Brooklyn Society of artists. In 2008 - 2009 works were exhibited in the State Russian Museum and the State Tretyakov Gallery in the exhibition "American artists from the Russian Empire." The works are presented in the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the National Museum in Krakow etc.

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