Zarubin Viktor Ivanovych, 1866 - 1928

A Russian painter and graphic artist. Born in Kharkiv. In the early 1890s he studied at the famous Kharkiv Studio of E. Shreyder, in the years of 1893 - 1896 Р at the Academy of R. Julien in Paris under the guidance of J. Lef_vre and T. Robert-Fleury, exhibited his works at the salons. Since 1896 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts und...

A Russian painter and graphic artist. Born in Kharkiv. In the early 1890s he studied at the famous Kharkiv Studio of E. Shreyder, in the years of 1893 - 1896 Р at the Academy of R. Julien in Paris under the guidance of J. Lef_vre and T. Robert-Fleury, exhibited his works at the salons. Since 1896 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts under the guidance of A. Kuindzhi, in 1898 he received the title of the artist. Member of the Society of Russian watercolorists, the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions (since 1916), the society of A. Kuindzhi. Academician of the Academy of Arts since 1909. He was a teacher at the drawing school of the Society for the Promotion of Artists in St. Petersburg (1905 - 1906). Exhibitor of many art exhibitions, including the ones of the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions, the Society of Russian watercolorists, the spring exhibitions in the Academy of Arts, etc. He lived and worked mainly in St. Petersburg. He painted landscapes with the inclusion of genre scenes, also worked in children's book graphics. His works are kept in the Art Museums of Sochi, Irkutsk, Kherson and others.

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