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 Vera Khlebnikov

Born:   March 20, 1891
Deceased:   1941

Russian artist


Vera Vladimirovna Khlebnikova was born on March 20, 1891 in the Astrakhan Province. She was a sister of the famous poet Velimir Khlebnikov.

While living in Paris, she took lessons from Kees van Dongen. In autumn 1913 Vera Khlebnikova moved from Paris to Florence, Italy.
Vera Khlebnikova came back to Russia through England in August, 1916. Most of works created by her in Italy were left there, in the house of her hostess. She brought to her parents’ house in Astrakhan only a dozen of paintings that she had managed to fit into her suitcase.
In 1924 she married the artist Petr Miturich.
Vera Khlebnikova was buried at the Novodevichy Cemetery.
Her works are kept in the Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), the Astrakhan Art Gallery (Astrakhan), and the Velimir Khlebnikov House Museum (Astrakhan).

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