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Arnold Borisovich Lakhovsky

1880-1937 Ukraine/Post Impressionism

 

Brief Biography-Arnold Borisovich Lakhovsky, a landscape painter, was born in Chornobyl, Ukraine, in 1880. He studied at the Odessa Art Academy, the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and the Russian Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg. He co-founded the Jewish Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, and in 1916 he joined the Wanderers Society. Lakhovsky moved to Paris in 1925, where he worked with the Russian Artists Union and found considerable success in Paris. He was successful as a portraitist in New York in 1933, and two years later, he was a teacher at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Arnold Lakhovsky died of leukaemia in New York, and his remains lie on Long Island.

 

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An old village

An old village


pskov winter scene

pskov winter scene

the samovar
workshop

the samovar workshop

view of saint-Vincent
cathedral tower

view of saint-vincent cathedral tower