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"AKhRR" or "ASSOTSIATSIYA KHUDOZHNIKOV REVOLIUTSIONNOY ROSSII" ("Association of Artists of the Revolutionary Russia")

One of major Soviet artistic associations of 1920's-1930's. Later became AKhR ("Association of Artists of Revolution").

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"KAMERNY [KAMERNYI, KAMERNYII] TEATR" ("Chamber Theater")

Moscow theater, producer Alexandr Tairov. In this theater worked such prominent Russian artists as Vesnin, Goncharova, Larionov, Stenberg brothers, Exter

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"LEF" or "LEVY [LEVYI, LEVYII] FRONT" ("Left Front")

The most important association of Soviet mid-1920's Avant-garde writers (Mayakovsky), artists and photographers (Rodchenko), architects (Lavinsky) and others. Mostly Constructivism, successor of Futurism

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"OKTIABR'" ["OKTYABR', OKTIABR, OKTYABR"] ("October") Group

Association of Soviet painters, graphic artists, architects, cinema and theater artists and producers, etc. Major trend: Constructivism. Among its members were Vesnin brothers, Klutsis, Lissitzky, Meyerhold, Rodchenko, Stenberg brothers, Telingater, Eisenstein.

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"PROLETKUL'T [PROLETKULT, PROLETCUL'T, PROLETCULT]" ("Proletarian Culture")

One of major trends in early Soviet literature and art.

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"VKHUTEMAS" or "VHUTEMAS"

A famous school of Russian Avant-garde art

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0178 Boltyansky [Boltyanskiy, Boltyanski, Boltyanskii, Boltyanskij, Boltiansky, Boltyanskiy, Boltyanski, Boltyanskii, Boltyanskij], Grigory [Grigoriy, Grigori, Grigorii, Grigorij] Moiseevich [Moiseyevich, Moiseievich] (1885-1953)

Well-known Soviet cinema historian.

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Ukrainian, Russian and Azerbaijani graphic artist, illustrator and poster designer.

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Abegian [Abegyan], Mger (Meger) Manukovich (1909-1978)


Armenian and Russian Soviet painter and graphic artist.

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Acron, Joseph (Iosif Yul'evich [Yulievich, Yulyevich, Iulievich, Iul'evich, Iulyevich]) (1886-1943)

Well-known Russian and American composer and musician, Jewish by origin, born in Poland.

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Adariukov [Adaryukov, Adarjukoff], Vladimir [Wladimir] Yakovlevich [Iakovlevich] (1863-1932)

Well-known Russian and Soviet art critic, bibliographer, art and book historian and bibliophile.

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Afanas'ev [Afanasiev, Afanasyev] Petr [Pyotr, Piotr] Semenovich [Semyonovich, Semionovich] (1866-1960)

Well-known Russian and Soviet painter and graphic artist. Studied from A. Arkhipov, K. Korovin, V. Serov.

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Afanasiev [Afanasyev, Afanas'ev], Petr [Piotr, Pyotr, Peter] Semenovich [Semionovich, Semyomovich] (1866-1960)

Well-known Russian and Soviet painter, graphic artist. Posters, theater (including Bolshoi and Malyi). Studied from Korovin. Exhibited from 1895.

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Agadzhanian [Agadzhanyan, Agajanian, Agajanyan, Agadjanian, Agadjanyan], Stepan Meliksetovich (1863-1940)


Armenian and Russian Soviet painter and pedagogue. Studied in Paris.

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Agnivtsev, Nikolay [Nikolai] Yakovlevich [Iakovlevich] (1888-1932)

Russian and Soviet poet. Known for his variety show songs and children's poetry. Was in emigration from 1917 to 1923.

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Aivazovsky [Aivazovskiy, Aivazovski, Aivazovskii, Aivazovskij, Ayvazovsky, Ayvazovskiy, Ayvazovski, Ayvazovskii, Ayvazovskij], Ivan Konstantinovich (1817-1900)


A famous Armenian and Russian marine painter.

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Aizens, Janis Janovic (Aizhen [Ayzhen, Aizen, Ayzen], Yanis [Ianis, Yan, Ian] Yanovich [Ianovich] (1899-1941)


Latvian and Soviet Avant-garde painter, graphic and theater artist.

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Akhikian [Akhikyan], Vrtanes (Vartanes) Galustovich (1873-1936)


Armenian and Russian Soviet painter, graphic artist, illustrator and pedagogue.

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Akhmatova (Gorenko), Anna Andreevna [Andreyevna, Andreievna] (1889-1966)

A famous Russian and Soviet poetess.

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Akhtyrko, Anastasiia [Anastasiya, Anastasia] Ivanovna (1900-1967)


Russian Soviet Avant-garde graphic and theater artist. Participated in "Blue Blouse".

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Akhundov, Ismail Gusein ogly [Guseinovich, Guseynovich] (1907-19??)

Soviet Avant-garde graphic and theater artist. Worked in polygraphy, book design. Major style: Constructivism. Was a member of "October" group with Vesnin brothers, Klutsis, Lissitzky, Meyerhold, Rodchenko, Stenberg brothers, Eisenstein.
His works: Getty Catalogue No. 825.

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Akimov, Nikolay [Nikolai] Pavlovich (1901-1968)

Well-known Soviet graphic artist, theater artist and producer. Posters, book design. Studied from Dobuzhinsky. Lived in Leningrad. Exhibited in 1927 (Leningrad) with Benois, Dobuzhinsky; in 1928 (Moscow) with Altman, Vesnin; in 1929 (Moscow) with Rodchenko, Stenberg; in 1930 (Leningrad) with Suetin, artists of school of Filonov, etc.

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Aksakov, Sergey [Sergei] Timofeevich [Timofeyevich, Timofeievich] (1791-1859)

A famous Russian author.

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Akselrod [Aksel'rod], Mark (Meer [Meyer, Meier]) Moiseevich [Moiseyevich, Moiseievich] (1902-1970)

Well-known Russian and Soviet painter, graphic and theater artist, Jewish by origin. Studied in VHUTEMAS-VKHUTEIN.

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Aksenov [Aksionov, Aksyonov], Ivan Nikolaevich (1884-1935)

Well-known Russian and Soviet Avant-garde poet, literary critique and translator.

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Akuraters, Janis (Akurater, Yanis [Ianis] Yur'evich [Yurievich, Yuryevich, Iurievich, Iur'evich, Iuryevich]) (1876-1937)


Latvian poet, prosaic and dramatist.

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Al'pert [Alpert, Alperte], Maks [Max] Vladimirovich (1899-1980)

Well-known Russian Soviet Avant-garde photographer.

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Al'shvang [Alshvang], Arnol'd [Arnold] Aleksandrovich [Alexandrovich] (1898-1960)


A Well-known Ukrainian and Russian Soviet musicologist, pianist and composer.

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Al'vek [Alvek] (Izrailevich [Israilevich]), Iosif Solomonovich (1895-1943?)

Russian and Soviet poet. Friend of Velimir Khlebnikov.

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