Bodarevskyi Mykola Kornyliyovych, 1850 - 1921

A Ukrainian painter and graphic artist. Born in Odessa. Graduated from Odessa Drawing School. In the years of 1869 - 1873 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in the art history class under the guidance of T. Neff, P. Shamshin, and V. Vereshchagin. In 1871, he received four silver medals and in 1873 - a small gold medal, and in 1875 - t...

A Ukrainian painter and graphic artist. Born in Odessa. Graduated from Odessa Drawing School. In the years of 1869 - 1873 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in the art history class under the guidance of T. Neff, P. Shamshin, and V. Vereshchagin. In 1871, he received four silver medals and in 1873 - a small gold medal, and in 1875 - the title of an artist of the 1st degree. Member and an active exhibitor of the Association of Itinerant Art Exhibitions and Association of the South-Russian Artists. Made a trip to Switzerland (1895) and France (1895 - 1896) where he became famous as a talented portraitist. Member of the exhibitions of Moscow Association of Art Lovers, international exhibitions in Paris (1889), Chicago (1893), Rome (1913) and other cities. In 1908 "for his fame in the art field," he was awarded the title of an academician. His solo exhibitions were held in Odessa (1883) and Petersburg (1913). Participated in the design of the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, for which he painted fourteen portraits of Russian and foreign composers. Was engaged in the painting of Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow, completed the cardboards for the interior mosaics of the Christ Resurrection Church (Saviour on the Blood) in St. Petersburg. He lived and worked mostly in Ukraine. The author of genre and religious scenes. Painted portraits of the famous contemporaries: ballerina L. Roslavlyeva, writer I. Vasylevskyi (1906), actress L. Lypkovska (1916) and others. The works are stored in the NAMU, the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian museum, Odessa Art Museum and in many other museums of Ukraine and Russia.

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