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 Wladimir Burliuk

Born:   March 27, 1886
Deceased:   1917

painter, graphic artist, book illustrator, poet


Russian artist, one of the founders of Ukrainian and Russian futurism. Wladimir Burliuk was the brother of David, Nikolai and Lyudmila Burliuks.

Wladimir Davidovich Burliuk was born in 1886 into a large family in Kharkov.
He studied at the Voronezh art school and took part in numerous exhibitions of the Blue Rider association in Munich (1911, 1912).
He was a member of the Venos-Stefanos art group from 1907 to 1910, and a member of the Gileya association from 1910. Just like his brother David Burliuk he thoroughly worked on the texture and colours in painting. The artist was also a member of the Bubnovy Valet (aka Jack of Diamonds) association.
Wladimir Burliuk was lost under obscure circumstances in Saloniki in 1917.

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