Konstantinovich Golubyatnikov

Russia • 1892−1942

P. Golubyatnikov in the 1920-ies played a prominent role in the cultural life of Leningrad, Kiev and Kharkov, was a member of many well-known art associations. Meeting with K. Petrov-Vodkin determined the fate of the artist, showed a full coincidence of their worldviews and kinship. Planetary conception of K. Petrov-Vodkin, facing his school on the traditions of old Russian painting, the monumentalism was exactly what were looking for in the art of P. Golubyatnikov. In 30-ies he was accused of formalism and dismissed from the Academy of arts (received a temporary license for two exhibition work), where he taught in the workshop of his teacher, his name is missing from the catalogs. The artist died from malnutrition in the besieged Leningrad in 1942.

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