Tsybis Boleslav, 1895 - 1957

A painter, sculptor, graphic artist, illustrator. Born in Lithuania. He started art education in St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, and then he continued it in Kharkiv Art School, where he studied until 1918. Member of Kharkiv group of cubists and futurists "The Union of the Seven", which included V. Bobrytskyy, M. Mishchenko, B. Kosarev, T. Tsapo...

A painter, sculptor, graphic artist, illustrator. Born in Lithuania. He started art education in St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, and then he continued it in Kharkiv Art School, where he studied until 1918. Member of Kharkiv group of cubists and futurists "The Union of the Seven", which included V. Bobrytskyy, M. Mishchenko, B. Kosarev, T. Tsapok, M. Mane-Katz. In 1920 he emigrated, two years he spent in Istanbul, where he was a member of the Association of the Artists of Russia (1920 - 1922). In 1923 he moved to Poland; he continued his studying at Warsaw School of Fine Arts (1923 - 1926). In 1939 he went to New York, where he designed the Polish pavilion for the World Exhibition. With the beginning of the World War II he remained in the United States, in 1942 he moved to Trenton, New Jersey. He exhibited his works at the collective exhibition "The Union of Arts" (1918) and "The collection of new art" (1919) in Kharkiv, in the Polish Club of Arts (1927), the Society for the Promotion of Artists (1928, 1929, 1932) and the Institute for the Promotion of Arts in Warsaw (1933, 1936 , 1937). He participated in the National Exhibition in Poznan (1929), in the exhibitions in the Brooklyn Museum in New York (1933) and the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow (1933); he presented his work at the 19th International Art Biennale in Venice (1934), as well as in the exhibitions in Munich (1935), San Francisco (1936), Helsinki (1936), Amsterdam (1936) and Detroit Institute of Arts (1945).

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