Boris Eremeevich (Ieremeevich) Vladimir ( February 27, 1878 , Kiev - February 12, 1950 , Moscow ) - Soviet artist and graphic artist . One of the most prominent representatives of socialist realism in painting.
|Boris Ieremeevich Vladimirsky|
|Date of Birth||February 27, 1878|
|Place of Birth||Kiev , Russian Empire|
|Date of death||February 12, 1950 (71 years old)|
|Place of death||Moscow , USSR|
|Study||Kiev Art College, Munich Academy of Arts|
Born in 1878 in Kiev . From 10 years old he began to draw, in 1904 he graduated from the Kiev Art College . He studied under M.K. Pimonenko and I.F. Seleznev . In 1908, the Munich Academy of Arts under K. Marr and A. Wagner. The first exhibition was held in 1906 . In the 1920s, he headed the Sverdlov Art Studio in Kremn. Since 1922, a member of the AHRR ( Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia ), one of the founders of this organization. He worked as an artist in the newspaper Pravda .
He died in Moscow in 1950. He was buried at the Vostryakovsky Jewish cemetery. [one]
Boris Vladimirsky was one of the officially recognized artists. His paintings are diverse on the subject - portraits of statesmen, the life of Soviet people, landscapes . The artist himself declared the goal of his work "a real impressionistic depiction of the life of the workers and peasants ."
Participant of many exhibitions - both in the USSR and abroad.