Glushchenko Mykola Petrovych, 1900 - 1977

Ukrainian painter, master of landscape, still life and portrait. Born in Novomoskovsk, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. During 1917 - 1924 he studied at Berlin Higher School of Fine Arts. In 1924 he participated in the exhibition of association "New Objectivity" in Mannheim, Erfurt and Hamburg. In 1920 - 1930s he cooperated with Soviet intelligence agenci...

Ukrainian painter, master of landscape, still life and portrait. Born in Novomoskovsk, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. During 1917 - 1924 he studied at Berlin Higher School of Fine Arts. In 1924 he participated in the exhibition of association "New Objectivity" in Mannheim, Erfurt and Hamburg. In 1920 - 1930s he cooperated with Soviet intelligence agencies, in 1923 he received citizenship of the USSR. In 1930 he became a chief artist of trade and industrial exhibitions abroad. He took part in artistic decoration of Soviet sections of Lyons Fair, exhibitions in Brussels, Milan, Paris, Marseille. He also published a number of articles about art. In 1932 he became a member of the Association of Revolutionary Writers and Artists of France. He exhibited his works at salons: Autumn, Salon of Independents (1925 - 1935), Tuileries Salon (1927 - 1934). Participant of exhibitions of Ukrainian painting and graphic arts in Brussels, Warsaw, Lviv, Berlin, Prague, Vienna. He held solo exhibitions in numerous Paris galleries (1925 - 1934), and also in Stockholm (1931), Milan, Ostend (both - 1927), Bucharest (1930,1932), Rome (1933), Marseille (1934), Lviv (1934, 1935). In 1936 - 1944 he lived in Moscow, and since 1944 he had been living in Kyiv. He taught at Republican Secondary Art School, professor of Kiev Institute of Art since 1939. Honored Artist since 1946, People's Artist of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic since 1963, People's Artist of USSR since 1977. Winner of UkrSSR State Prize named after Т. Shevchenko (1972). Numerous solo exhibitions were held in Kyiv, Moscow, Lviv, Uzhhorod, Leningrad. His works are kept at the State Tretyakov Gallery, the NAMU, the Lviv National Museum, art museums of Odessa, Kharkiv, etc.

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