Burliuk David Davidovich, 1882 – 1967

A Ukrainian and Russian painter, graphic artist, poet, writer, and art critic. Born in a farmstead of Semyrotovschyna, Kharkiv region. He studied at Odessa Art School and then at Kazan Art School, and since 1902 Р at Munich Academy of Arts, and since 1904 - at F. Cormon studio in Paris; during 1910 - 1914 he studied at Moscow School of Painting,...

A Ukrainian and Russian painter, graphic artist, poet, writer, and art critic. Born in a farmstead of Semyrotovschyna, Kharkiv region. He studied at Odessa Art School and then at Kazan Art School, and since 1902 Р at Munich Academy of Arts, and since 1904 - at F. Cormon studio in Paris; during 1910 - 1914 he studied at Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. He was one of the leaders of Russian avant-garde and one of the organizers of the Association "Jack of Diamonds" (1910). Founder of the futurist group "Hyleya" (1910 - 1913). Member and exhibitor of numerous Moscow art associations and exhibitions (1906 - 1915). In 1922 moved to the United States and settled in New York. He was actively engaged in public and literary activity, held a lot of solo exhibitions. He worked also in the field of book graphics and theatre-decorative arts. By definition of his contemporaries - he was the "father of Russian Futurism." Represented in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the art museums of Brooklyn, Boston, etc.

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