24 relations: Aleksandra Ekster, Aleksei Ilyich Kravchenko, Alexander Shiryaev, Boris Nesterenko, Castellani Art Museum, Elizaveta Zvantseva, François Willi Wendt, Karl May School, Kseniya Boguslavskaya, Lyubov Popova, Nadezhda Udaltsova, Nina Genke-Meller, Olga Rozanova, Pougny, Puni, Repino, Saint Petersburg, Russian avant-garde, Soyuz Molodyozhi, Suprematism, Supremus, Verbovka Village Folk Centre, Vladimir Lebedev (painter), 0,10 Exhibition, 1956 in fine arts of the Soviet Union.
Aleksandra Aleksandrovna Ekster (Александра Александровна Экстер, Олександра Олександрівна Екстер; 18 January 1882 – 17 March 1949), also known as Alexandra Exter, was a Russian painter (Cubo-Futurist, Suprematist, Constructivist) and designer of international stature who divided her life between Kiev, St.
Aleksei Ilyich Kravchenko (1889, Pokrovskaya Sloboda, Saratov region, Russia - 1940 Moscow, Russia) was a Russian painter, illustrator, draughtsman and printmaker.
Alexander Viktorovich Shiryaev (Александр Викторович Ширяев; — 25 April 1941) was a Russian ballet dancer, ballet master and choreographer, founder of character dance in Russian ballet who served at the Mariinsky Theatre.
Boris Nesterenko (Ukrainian: Нестеренко Борис Григорович) (7 August 1914 - 7 December 1988) was a member of the USSR Union of Artists, participant of many art exhibitions, some foreign auctions.
The Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University is an art museum centrally located on the University's main campus in the town of Lewiston.
Elizaveta Nikolaevna Zvantseva (Елизавета Николаевна Званцева 18 November 1864 OS/30 November 1864 (N. S.)–22 August 1921) was a Russian painter and art instructor who founded "the most progressive art school in pre-1917 Russia".
François Willi Wendt (16 November 1909 – 15 May 1970) was a French non-figurative painter of German origin belonging to the New Ecole de Paris.
Karl May School is a secondary school in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Kseniya (or Ksenia or Xenia) Boguslavskaya (Ксения Богуславская, 24 January 1892–3 May 1972) was a Russian avant-garde artist (Futurist, Suprematist), poet and interior decorator.
Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova (Любо́вь Серге́евна Попо́ва; April 24, 1889 – May 25, 1924) was a Russian avant-garde artist (Cubist, Suprematist and Constructivist), painter and designer.
Nadezhda Andreevna Udaltsova (December 29,1885 – January 25,1961) was a Russian avant-garde artist (Cubist, Suprematist), painter and teacher.
Nina Genke or Nina Genke-Meller, or Nina Henke-Meller, (Нина Генке-Меллер, Нина Генке, 1893–1954) was a Ukrainian-Russian avant-garde artist, (Suprematist, Futurist), designer, graphic artist and scenographer.
Olga Vladimirovna Rozanova (also spelled Rosanova, Russian: Ольга Владимировна Розанова) (22 June 1886 – 7 November 1918, Moscow) was a Russian avant-garde artist in the styles of Suprematism, Neo-Primitivism, and Cubo-Futurism.
Pougny is the name of several communes in France.
Puni may refer to.
Repino (Ре́пино) is an area of Saint Petersburg, Russia, and a station of the Saint Petersburg-Vyborg railroad.
The Russian avant-garde was a large, influential wave of avant-garde modern art that flourished in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union, approximately from 1890 to 1930—although some have placed its beginning as early as 1850 and its end as late as 1960.
Soyuz Molodyozhi (Union of the Youth, Союз Молодежи) was an artistic group and an art magazine of Russian avant-garde organized in 1910.
Suprematism (Супремати́зм) is an art movement, focused on basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines, and rectangles, painted in a limited range of colors.
Supremus (1915–1916) was a group of Russian avant-garde artists led by the "father" of Suprematism, Kazimir Malevich.
Verbovka Village Folk Centre was an artisan cooperative in the village of Verbovka founded by Natalia Davidova in the Ukrainian province of Kiev.
Vladimir Vasilyevich Lebedev — (Влади́мир Васи́льевич Ле́бедев) (14 (26) May 1891, in Saint Petersburg – 21 November 1967) was a Soviet painter and graphic artist.
The Last Futurist Exhibition of Paintings 0,10 was presented by the Dobychina Art Bureau at Marsovo Pole, Petrograd, from 19 December 1915 to 17 January 1916.
The year 1956 was marked by many events that left an imprint on the history of Soviet and Russian Fine Arts.