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Grigory
Ivanovich Vylugin

Russia • 1912−1943

(Afinogenov — in one of the documents from the personal file) (1912-1943) — painter. Born in the Crimea. After his father's death, in 1918, became a pupil of the Simferopol children's home. Probably showed the ability to draw, on the petition of educational-methodical center of the Crimean club, which was an orphanage in 1929 was adopted at the workers ' arts in Moscow. In 1930 he moved to Leningrad in connection with the transfer institution. After the end of the study, or preparatory courses at the Academy of arts in 1935 and was adopted in the ISLANDS. Since 1936 he worked in the workshops of professors of I. I. Brodsky, A. M. Lyubimova, associate Professor VL. A. Serov. During these years he met with Filonov and starts to work on the basis of the analytical art. Academic characteristics Viluhina period I and Serov he is accused that it "ignores the instructions of these leaders and continues to work in are unacceptable for school." By 1940, the conflict escalated so much that Vilpin was expelled "from the list of students for academic failure". Letters to Molotov, Voroshilov, Kalinin, Stalin to protest against exclusion, sent, of course, not without the advice of Filonov, did not change the decision of the academic administration [162].

506 Probably talking about the exhibition of painting, drawing and sculpture, held may 30 — June 30, 1937 in Leningrad (the Theatre club — Nevsky prospect, D. 86) [148, C. 186, 187].

(information added A. O. Viluhina)

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