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Mstislav Dobuzhinsky




 


 

Mstislav Dobuzhinsky

(b Novgorod, 14 Aug 1875; d New York, 20 Nov 1957).

Russian graphic artist, painter and stage designer. He first studied art from 1885 to 1887 at the School of the Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, St Petersburg, and then enrolled in St Petersburg University from where he graduated in Law in 1898. Unwilling to give up his early interest in art, in 1899 he went to Munich to study under Anton Azbé and Simon Hollósy and met there the large colony of Russian artists, including Igor’ Grabar’. He also saw the work of German Jugendstil artists.

 

 


Self-portrait


 

Woman in Red


 

Mstislav Dobuzhinsky - Bridge in London


 


October Idyll
1905
Illustration from the magazine Zhupel No.2, 1905


 

A Cottage in St. Petersburg
1905


 

A Small House in St. Petersburg
1905


 

Man with Spectacles. Portrait of the Art Critic and Poet Constantin Sunnerberg
1905


 

Barbershop Window
1906



 

Glassmakers' Street in Vilno
1906


 

Omnibus in Vilno



 

The Provinces in the 1830s
1907


 

Set design for de la Halle's pastorale Le Jeu de Robin et Marion in St. Petersburg, Antique Theater
1907


 

City Types
1908


 

The Kiss
1916


 

Vitebsk
1919


 

Tsarskoye Selo. Kameronov Gallery
 
 
 

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