Pavel Kuznetsov
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Pavel Kuznetsov
Pavel Kuznetsov
Pavel kuznetsov (selfportrait, 1906).jpg
Pavel kuznetsov, Self-portrait, 1906
Born17 November 1878
Saratov, Russia
Died21 February 1968
Moscow, Russia
NationalityRussian
EducationBogolyubov Art School, Saratov (1891-6); Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1897-1904); Paris (1905)
Known forPainter, graphic artist
MovementOrientalist

Pavel Varfolomevich Kuznetsov (1878-1968) was a Russian painter and graphic artist.

Life and career

He studied at Saratov at Bogolyubov Art School (1891-6), then Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1897-1904) and for a year in Paris (1905). His early paintings were exhibited by the Mir Iskusstva group, and he was closely associated with the Russian Symbolists. He helped to organize the Crimson Rose exhibition (1904) and was a founder and leader of the Blue Rose in 1907. He taught at the Stroganov Institute (1917-18; 1945-8) and at the Moscow Institute of Fine Arts (1918-37). He headed the painting section of Narkompros until 1921, but fell out of official favour with the advent of Socialist Realism.

Kuznetsov's early paintings are typical of the Blue Rose group's poetic explorations of an interior, imaginative world through archetypal symbols. After 1910 he drew increasingly on folk culture, continuing to draw on the rich colours and harmonious rhythms of the Symbolists but simplifying his compositions to depict the everyday life of village communities of Kirghizstan in Central Asia.

Works

References

  • Stupples, P., Pavel Kuznetsov: His Life and Art, Cambridge, 1989

References


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