Latri Mykhaylo Pelapidovych, 1875 -1942

A Russian painter and ceramics artist. Born in Odessa. Grandson and student of Ivan Aivazovsky. In 1896 under advice of his grandfather he entered St. Petersburg Academy of Arts to the landscape class of A. Kuindzhi. After A. Kuindzhi left the Academy of Arts, in 1897 he interrupted his training and went on a journey to Greece, Italy, Turkey and...

A Russian painter and ceramics artist. Born in Odessa. Grandson and student of Ivan Aivazovsky. In 1896 under advice of his grandfather he entered St. Petersburg Academy of Arts to the landscape class of A. Kuindzhi. After A. Kuindzhi left the Academy of Arts, in 1897 he interrupted his training and went on a journey to Greece, Italy, Turkey and France. He studied in Munich under the guidance of S. Hollуsy and G. Schmidt-Ferry. In 1899 he returned to St. Petersburg and was accepted to the Academy of Arts as an auditor. In 1902 he graduated from the course with the title of the artist. He painted impressionistic landscapes in oils, tempera and watercolor; he devoted a lot of paintings to the landscapes of the Crimea and Greece. He participated in the exhibitions of the Academy of Arts (since 1912), New union of artists (1912, 1913). His works were reproduced in such magazines as "Mir iskusstva" (ТThe World of ArtУ) and "Ogonyok" (ТThe FireУ). In 1905 moved to the estate of Baran-Eli near Feodosia, where he built up a special ceramic workshop. He demonstrated artistic ceramics at the mobile Salon of V. Izdebskyy (1909, 1910). He was the director of the public Art Gallery of Feodosia named after I. Aivazovsky. In 1920 he emigrated to Greece. He supervised the Royal Ceramic Factory in Athens. He performed a number of landscapes of Athens, the islands of Delos and Mykonos. In 1924 he settled in Paris. He organized decorative art workshop, developed sketches, according to which vases, sets, panels, lacquered screens were made. In 1935 he had a solo exhibition in Reims. His works are presented in Feodosia Art Gallery named after I. Aivazovsky.

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