Zinoviev Mytrofan Ivanovych, 1850 - 1919

A Russian and Ukrainian artist, landscape painter. Born in Voronezh, in the family of a nobleman. In 1871 he was admitted to St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where for his creative successes he received four silver medals for a year. Repeatedly he came to Ukraine to the village of Glynsk, Poltava province, where he painted landscapes and scenes ...

A Russian and Ukrainian artist, landscape painter. Born in Voronezh, in the family of a nobleman. In 1871 he was admitted to St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where for his creative successes he received four silver medals for a year. Repeatedly he came to Ukraine to the village of Glynsk, Poltava province, where he painted landscapes and scenes of peasant life. During 1870 - 1880 the peasant theme was the leading one in the work of the master. He published his works in such editions as ТPchelaУ ("Bee"), "Nyva" (ТFieldУ), ТLastochkaУ ("Swallow"), "Zhyvopysnoe ObozrenieУ (ТPicturesque ReviewУ). In 1880 he completed illustrations for the works of M. Gogol "Sorochynskaya Yarmarka" (ТSorochynskay FairУ), ТVecher nakanune Ivana KupalyУ ("The Eve of Ivan Kupala"), G. Danylevsky ТPrazdnichnaya LegendaУ ("Festive Legend"), Taras Shevchenko "Haydamaky", O. Ostrovsky ТGrozaУ ("Thunderstorm"). He also painted a series of Slobozhanshina landscapes. Since 1893 he participated in the exhibitions of the Society of Russian watercolorists in St. Petersburg. He taught drawing at Sumy Cadet Corps (1897 - 1912). His personal (memorial) exhibitions were held in Kharkiv Art Museum (1997) and the National Art Museum of Ukraine (1998). The creative legacy of the artist occupies a worthy place among the acknowledged masters of Ukrainian landscape painting. His works are stored in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, the National Art Museum of Ukraine, in the Art Museums of Kharkiv and Sumy.

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