Biography and informationEdit
In November 1920, the composition of the cadet corps evacuated from Yalta to the Kingdom skhs (Serbian-Croatian-Slovenian). In 1922 he graduated from the Crimean cadet corps in Strniste, near the city of Ptuj (Slovenia). Entered the Russian Nikolaev cavalry school in Bela crkva, but never finished it.
Since the mid-1930s he lived in Belgrade. By order of the Belgrade Military Museum played 60 watercolours illustrating the history of the Serbian military uniforms and weapons from the time of arrival of the Serbs in the Balkans, oil paintings "Battle on Kosovo" and "Portrait of Milos Obilic" (not preserved). The Museum preserves his portraits: "miloš obrenović" (1939), "King Alexander I in the rank of Colonel in 1912", "King Peter I in 1912," (1940) and "the Leader of Karageorge" (1940). Designed and painted in watercolor "Book donors" in the Military Museum. Written for the Gallery of portraits of the Ministry of the army and Navy portrait of General Milan Nedic (not preserved).
During the German occupation of Belgrade illustrated books and comic books. Published in the journal "Mali Zabavnik" comics realistic of the genre: "Sword of destiny" (1943-44), "Nibelungen" (1943-44), "Hills in flames" (1944) and "Stern Jack" (1944; the only one that managed to complete). Before the liberation of Belgrade (October 1944) left Yugoslavia.
Ruski, umetnici emigranti have Wonam Museu: izlozbe. Beograd, 1996. P. 30-51.
Business towns of umetnika emigrant from zbirki Wong musea. Gostovanje Wong musea have Galerii SANA'a. Izlozba. Beograd, 1997.
Z. Zupan (Belgrade), Alexander Arsenyev (Novi Sad).
Source of information:
Leikind O. L., Makhrov K. W., D. Y. Severyukhin artists of the Russian Diaspora. 1917-1939. Biographical dictionary. SPb, 1999. P. 249.