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Artist of the moment…….David Davidovich Burliuk

David Burliuk was a wonderful Russian painter rewnown for his work with the figure in his trademark Modernist style of painting. David Burliuk was born in Semyrotivka, Ukraine in the year 1882.

For his artistic education the artist took in lessons from many schools. He studied at the Kazan School of Fine Arts located in Tartarstan, Russia. Burtliuk also studied in Munich, Germany, Odessa in the Ukraine. Burliuk also attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts located in Paris, France. The artist also took lessons in Moscow, Russia.

Burliuk is considered by many to be the father of Futurism in Russia.

Burliuk moved to the United States in the early 1920s, settling in Long Island. He lived here for nearly two decades and his house and studio remain.

Price range information: Burliuk worked in pencil, watercolors, and oils. Prices can range from $4,000 to $40o,0oo.

David Burliuk passed away in 1967.

In this clip we view a great montage of paintings by David Burliuk:


Artist of the moment…..David Burliuk

David Burliuk was born in  Sumy Oblast, Ukraine in the year 1882,  which was then  part of the Russian Empire. For his artistic education he attended the Royal Academy of Munich. Many call him the father of the Russian Futurism movement. He loved to paint portraits of his wife and did so on many occasions.

The artist had a brother that was killed in 1917 in World War 1. After this Burliuk took off for the United States. This journey took him though parts of Russia, to Japan, and also to Canada.

Burliuk was also a poet and art critic.

Burliuk lived in Japan for two years before moving to the United States. In this clip we learn about the influences he took from Japan and uses in his own art:

In this clip a brief bio about the artist. A very large floral work is shown.

A great selection of works by Burliuk is shown here. From a wonderful self portrait at the start to his more futuristic works:

David Burliuk passed away in 1882 at the age of 85 years of age.

He tried to return to Russia to reunite in his homeland, but his request was always denied.