Burachek Mykola Grygorovych, 1871 – 1942

A Ukrainian painter, stage designer, actor, teacher, writer and art historian. Born in the village of Lyutychiv, now Khmelnytskyi region. In 1889, he studied at Kiev University. Attended Kyiv Drawing School of M. Murashko, where his teachers were M. Pymonenko and H. Platonov. On the recommendations of J. Stanislavski was admitted to Krakow Acade...

A Ukrainian painter, stage designer, actor, teacher, writer and art historian. Born in the village of Lyutychiv, now Khmelnytskyi region. In 1889, he studied at Kiev University. Attended Kyiv Drawing School of M. Murashko, where his teachers were M. Pymonenko and H. Platonov. On the recommendations of J. Stanislavski was admitted to Krakow Academy of Arts (the class of J. Stanislavski, then Р of F. Rushyts). In 1910 in Paris he worked in the art studio of Matisse, and later - in Free Academy of Arts under the direction of P. Ranson. Since 1912, he had lived in Kyiv. Member of the Partnership of Kyiv Artists and Association of Ukrainian Artists. One of the founders of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts (in 1918 - its president). Since 1925, he had worked in Kharkiv. A co-founder of the Association of the Revolutionary Masters of Ukraine, a member of the Association of Modern Artists of Ukraine, an exponent of the Association of Artists of Red Ukraine, and Chairman of Kharkiv Central Bureau of Arts. He taught at Kharkiv Art College (1925 - 1927), and Kharkiv Art Institute (1925 - 1931, since 1927 Р its professor). Honoured Artist of the UkrSSR since 1936 and Honoured Arts Worker of the UkrSSR since 1941. The author of numerous articles and monographs related to art criticism. Presented in the NAMU, the National Taras Shevchenko Museum in Kyiv, and art museums of Kharkiv, Poltava, Chernihiv, Sumy, Donetsk and Berlin Museum of Fine Arts.

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