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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.

 

 


The Blue Lounge
1909


 

The Blue Lounge
1909


 

Denmark. A Small Theatre
1912


 

A M
eeting in Front of the Palace of the Arts


 

Peter the Great in Holland


 

Vilna. Nocturnal Scene


 

Evening Landscape
1915


 

Sketch-Version of the Title Page for Hans Christian Andersen's The Swineherd


 

Ship and Flags
1918


 

Admiralty
1918


 

Admiralty
1918


 


Illustration for Dostoyevsky's White Nights
1922


Illustration for Dostoyevsky's White Nights
1922



 

 


Illustration for Dostoyevsky's White Nights
1922

 



 


Illustration for Dostoyevsky's White Nights
1922


 


Silence. From the Dreams Cycle
1918


 

Courtyard in St. Petersburg



 

The Opening of the Congress
1922


 

Petrograd. At the Field of Mars
1922


 

Returning from the Smolny
1922


 

O. Mandelstam Tristia

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