Trained at Kyiv Art School, he went to Berlin 1923, and on to Paris a couple of years later. Almost all his known paintings come from the last 6 years of his life.
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The Greeks had three objectives: to extinguish the line of succession in the Trojan royal family; to raze the city to the ground; and to seize booty.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 203. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Unwelcome […]
With PS Krøyer, Laurits Tuxen, and a British visitor to the artists’ colony at Skagen, Adrian Stokes.
With the Danish and other Nordic Impressionists, Anna Ancher, her husband Michael, and Christian Krohg, in this artists’ colony.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Unwelcome hanging around […]
Two of his paintings secured support for Greek independence, another had to be hidden from public view because it glorified liberty, and he was a major influence over Impressionism.
How to paint a landscape with faithful and coherent cast shadows, why most painters don’t do so, and a few get it wrong.
In the Roman arena, with a runaway slave, sparing the life of Daniel, at the feet of St Jerome and St Rufina, and snoring gently on the rug.
He studied in Odesa, Munich and St Petersburg, then painted in Russia until he emigrated to Paris in 1925, and on to New York in 1933.