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Yerzhikovsky Sergiy Mykolaevich

(1895 – 1989)

Yerzhikovsky Sergiy Mykolaevich – was born on 23 th of April, 1895 in Vilno city (now Vilnius). Studied at the picturesque school of Vilna, Kyiv Art Institute. Mentors: Krychevsky F., Rybakov I. Worked in the field of easel painting and graphics. He is the author of figurative paintings on historical themes, lyrical landscapes. Since 1927 he participated in republican, all-Union exhibitions. The first personal exhibition took place in Buguruslan in 1942. Main works: paintings "Woodcutters" (1927); "Love" (1935); "In Stalingrad" (1947); Lenin in the Tatrah (1951); a portrait of "Shovkunenko O." (1969) and others. The artist died on 15th of December, 1989.

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