Kardovsky Dmitry Nikolaevich
1866–1943  

KARDOVSKY Dmitry Nikolaevich

August 24, 1866 (estate Osurovo, Vladimir province) — February 9, 1943 (Pereslavl-Zalessky)

Painter, graphic artist, scene-designer


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Кардовский, Дмитрий Николаевич

Biography

KARDOVSKY Dmitry Nikolaevich

August 24, 1866 (estate Osurovo, Vladimir province) — February 9, 1943 (Pereslavl-Zalessky)

Painter, graphic artist, scene-designer

Kardovsky came from a noble family. In 1886–1891 he studied at the faculty of law at Moscow University. At the same time he attended A. O. Gunst Fine Arts Classes, where he studied under N. A. Klodt. In 1892 Kardovsky entered the Imperial Academy of Arts. Until 1894 he studied under K. B. Venig, B. P. Villevalde, and V. P. Vereshchagin; since 1894 he was a noncredit student at the I. Repin studio. At the same time Kardovsky studied under P. Chistyakov at his private studio.

In 1896 Kardovsky moved to Munich, where he perfected his skills at the studio of Anton Ažbe. He travelled around Europe; in 1896 he visited Paris, in 1899 — Vienna, Lugano, and Venice.

In 1900 Kardovsky returned to St. Petersburg. In 1902 he was conferred the title of painter for the painting Samson and Dalilah. Since 1903 he worked as I. Repin assistant at the High Art School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under the Imperial Academy of Arts; since 1907 he headed the studio. In 1903–1905 Kardovsky taught at the Art School of Society for Encouragement of Arts, since 1904 — at his own studio. In 1907 he was conferred the title of professor.

In 1900s Kardovsky participated in exhibitions of the group Mir Iskusstva (“World of Art”) and Leonardo da Vinci society. In 1903 he was one of the founders of New Society of Artists. In 1901 he was sent to Munich in order to create design of the Russian section at the International Art Exhibition. In 1903 he obtained an order for creation of several monumental historical compositions for the cathedral in Novocherkassk.

Kardovsky was engaged in book and magazine graphic art. He illustrated Kashtanka by A.P. Chekhov (1903), Nevsky Prospect by N. Gogol (1904), and Woe from Wit by A.S. Griboedov (1907). In 1905–1906 he worked in the magazines Zhupel (“Bugbear”) and Adskaya Pochta (“Hellish Post”). In 1907–1911, on the orders by I. N. Knebel and S. A. Knyazkov, he created illustrations for the book Paintings of Russian history.

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