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Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev

Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev

  July 11, 1886        7th February 1939
   •   Unclassified artists   •   Wikipedia: Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev
63 Discovered works of art  •  ID: #11727
Boris Dmitrievich Grigoryev was a Russian painter and poet. He was born in Rybinsk in the summer of 1886. The city is located at the mouth of the Volga, 280 kilometers north of Moscow. After graduation, Boris moves to Moscow to study at the art college. After a few years he moves to the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg, where he continues his studies. The St. Petersburg Art Academy was founded in 1757 by Ivan Ivanovich Shuvalov, a Russian count. This was an important representative of the Enlightenment and was instrumental in the founding of the Moscow University. Grigoriev attended during his studies many courses with well-known Russian painters, graphic artists and illustrators such as Kardovsky, Archipow or Kisseljow, which always influenced the work of the young painter.

After graduating, Grigoriev moved to Europe. He spent some time in Paris, where he attended courses at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. The Paris Art Academy is still in the 6th arrondissement and was founded by two women, the Swiss Martha Stettler and her Baltic friend Alice Dannenberg. A special feature in these days, because at the beginning of the 20th century, it was not common for women to run companies, academies or schools. In 1913, Boris Grigoriev returned to Saint Petersburg. It was the time of Bohèmes. Grigoriev joined the artist group "Mir Iskusstwa". The union was founded by Sergey Djagilev and influenced the cultural life in Russia in the beginning of the 20th century decisively. In the artist group, he expands his passion for literature. The members encourage him. So he writes next to new paintings and his first novel. The title was "Junge Strahlen". She found an enthusiastic readership among his intellectual friends.

From 1916 to 1918 Grigoriev painted a picture series about the Russian rural population. In his pictures he focused on the sometimes great poverty of the people, but also the strength of Russian agriculture. The well-known art critic Alexander Benois commented on the series of pictures with the written words: "He expresses the essence of Russia in an impressive way before the revolution." Boris Grigorjev then takes his first teaching assignment at the "First State Free Art Workshop" in Moscow. However, he quickly came across a resistance emanating from his students. They were dissatisfied with Grigoriev's performance and chose the painter. The students were members of a new movement that called itself a "group without a teacher" and wanted to take charge of their own training. Grigorjev finished his teaching job and moves to Europe, where he lives again in France, but also in Germany and Finland. He then travels through North and South America. He continues to process new impressions in paintings, but also always writes texts and novellas. He dies in winter 1939 in Cagnes-sur-Mer, France. © Meisterdrucke


'Enter!', 1913
1913 | Oil on canvas

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'Enter!', 1913
1913 | Oil on canvas

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Illustraton for 'Dubrovsky', by ...
1912 | pencil and gouache on paper

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Illustraton for 'Dubrovsky', by ...
1912 | pencil and gouache on paper

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1923 | oil on canvas laid down on board

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1923 | oil on canvas laid down on board

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