Zvorykin Borys Vasylevych, 1872 - 1942

A Russian artist. Born in Moscow. During 1892 - 1893 he studied at Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. Since 1898 he designed books for such publishing houses as of I. Sytin, A. Mamontov, I. Knebel, A. Marx and A. Levinson, using motifs of Russian ornament. From 1911 till 1913 he designed historical and artistic albums, includ...

A Russian artist. Born in Moscow. During 1892 - 1893 he studied at Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. Since 1898 he designed books for such publishing houses as of I. Sytin, A. Mamontov, I. Knebel, A. Marx and A. Levinson, using motifs of Russian ornament. From 1911 till 1913 he designed historical and artistic albums, including - "In the memory of a hundredХs anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812". He participated in the decoration of the Fedorivskyy State Cathedral in Tsarskoe Selo (1909 - 1912). He painted the cathedral of St. Olexander Nevsky in Simferopol (destroyed in 1930). He also performed the works of applied graphics (posters, theater programs, festive menu), styled in the spirit of Russian antiquities. One of the founders of the Union of Artistic Rus Renaissance (1915). In 1917 he issued the message of the Local Council of the restoration of the Patriarchate in Russia that was the personal message from Patriarch Tikhon to the heads of Christian churches, created a sketch of the patriarchal seal. He worked a lot on the paintings to postcards, mostly of historical and patriotic themes. During 1918 - 1919 he collaborated with the magazine ТKrasnoarmeetsУ ("Red Army Soldier"), he also performed a series of political posters. Since 1921 he lived in Paris, was occupied in book design. He participated in the exhibition "Luxury book 1923 - 1927" (1928) at the Book Museum in Brussels and also in the exhibitions of the "Icon" society in Paris. His works stored in the Art Museums of Brussels, Paris, Moscow, in the Metropolitan Museum in New York, etc.

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