Lapshin Georgiy Olexandrovych, 1885 - 1950

A Russian painter, stage designer and opera actor. Born in Moscow. In the early 1900s he studied at Strohanov Central School of Arts and Crafts . From 1906 till 1909 he lived in Paris and studied under the guidance of F. Cormon and J. Lhermitte. After returning to Moscow he participated in the exhibition of the group of Independent artists (1910...

A Russian painter, stage designer and opera actor. Born in Moscow. In the early 1900s he studied at Strohanov Central School of Arts and Crafts . From 1906 till 1909 he lived in Paris and studied under the guidance of F. Cormon and J. Lhermitte. After returning to Moscow he participated in the exhibition of the group of Independent artists (1910), founder and permanent participant of the exhibitions of the union called "Free creativity" (1911 - 1917). During 1918 - 1922 his works were exhibited in Moscow: in the 1st and 2nd exhibitions of paintings of the Professional Union of Painters of Moscow (1918), the 2nd State exhibition of paintings (1919), the 47th exhibition of Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions (1922), as well as in the 1st Russian art exhibition in Berlin (1922). In 1924 he moved to Paris. He painted impressionistic landscapes, flowers and still lives. He designed the opera performances for Op_ra-Comique (1935), Barcelona Opera and Lithuanian State Theatre. He designed stage scenery for the Paris Music Hall Folies Bergere and the night cabaret "Sesame" in Monte Carlo. He exhibited his works in the salons: Independent (1925 - 1940), the union of French artists (1929). He participated in the Great Exhibition of Russian Art in Belgrade (1930). He took part in the exhibitions in Paris, Nice, Cannes, Rome, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Brussels and Berlin. His works are presented in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan in Kazan, etc.

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