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Zauze Vladimir Khristianovich

Zauze Vladimir Khristianovich

(1859 - 1939)

Zauze Vladimir Khristianovich - was born May 18, 1859 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire. From 1870 to 1879 he studied at the Vladimir Stroganov School in Moscow, and from 1893 he was a member of the Society of Southern Russian Artists and one of the founders of the KK Kostandi Society of Artists. He taught at educational institutions in the city of Dubna (Rivne region), Mykolayiv in 1880-1885, the Odesa Commercial School (1885-1919), and the Odesa Art Institute. Main works: "At noon. Falling Shadows" (1904), "The Great Fountain" (1919), "The Forest. Tree over the river" (1923), "Forest on the riverbank" (1924), "Winter in Ukraine" (1935); "Barricades. 1905" (1925), "Chumaki" (1929); "Guarding the Soviet Borders" (1931). The artist died on June 26, 1939.

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