Exhibition WINTER PRIVATE SALES
13.01.2020

№ 3

Pymonenko Mykola (1862-1912)

"Portrait of a Ukrainian", late XIX c.
canvas, oil
36 х 25 cm
Signature bottom right

Pymonenko Mykola (1862-1912) - was born in Kiev in the family of icon painter. He studied at the Kiev Drawing School (1878-1881) under the direction of M. Murashko, Y. Budkevich, and H. Platonov. He studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (1882-1884). Returning to Kiev, he taught at the Drawing School of Mykola Murashko until its closure in 1901, after which he held the position of teacher of drawing at the Kiev Polytechnic Institute, co-organizer and teacher at the Kyiv Art College (since 1906). He participated in the paintings of the Vladimir Cathedral in Kyiv (1890s). He received the title of free associate of the Academy of Arts (1891), full member of the Association of Mobile Art Exhibitions (1899). Member of the Munich Artists Society and the Paris International Union of Arts and Literature. He died in 1912 in Kyiv.

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