Sologub Leonid Romanovych, 1884 - 1956

A Russian painter. Born in Eisk, Krasnodar region. He studied at Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, since 1902 - at the architectural department of St. Petersburg Academy of Arts under the guidance of L. Benoit. In 1910 he received the title of the artist-architect and a foreign pension. He completed a number of architectural...

A Russian painter. Born in Eisk, Krasnodar region. He studied at Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, since 1902 - at the architectural department of St. Petersburg Academy of Arts under the guidance of L. Benoit. In 1910 he received the title of the artist-architect and a foreign pension. He completed a number of architectural projects that were awarded and implemented in life. He was in friendly relations with M. Larionov. From 1912 till 1913 he participated in the exhibition "The World of Arts" (its member since 1918), the Union of Artists-Architects (its member since 1910). In 1912 he founded the Association of painters, architects and sculptors "The workshop of three Arts"at his studio, which entered the Union of Artists. With the start of the World War I he volunteered for the front; he was awarded the George Cross. He published frontage sketches in the "Niva" magazine. In 1916 he held the exhibition of sketches and drawings "In the wars" in halls of the Academy of Arts. In 1919 he traveled to China, India, Ceylon, Japan (his solo exhibition was held in Tokyo), Greece, Italy; he also visited Constantinople. Since 1922 he lived in the Netherlands. In the Hague he was actively engaged in the artistic activities, held solo exhibitions, exhibited his works with views of Constantinople at the Autumn Salon; he held a solo exhibition in the gallery R. Duncan in Paris. He participated in the Great Exhibition of the Russian Art in Belgrade (1930), the exhibition of the Russian art in the gallery La Renaissance in Paris (1932), in the Salon of the Independent (1928 - 1930). Nearly 350 of his works are stored in the State Museum of Fine Arts.

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