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Baranov-Rossiné Vladimir Davidovich
Pseudonyms,autonyms and aliases: Shulim-Volf 1888–1944  

BARANOV-ROSSINÉ Vladimir Davidovitch

January 1, 1888 (Bolshaya Lepatikha village, Tavria province, Ukraine) — January 1944 (Auschwitz, Germany)

Painter, graphic artist, sculptor, inventor

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Баранов-Россине, Владимир Давидович


BARANOV-ROSSINÉ Vladimir Davidovitch

January 1, 1888 (Bolshaya Lepatikha village, Tavria province, Ukraine) — January 1944 (Auschwitz, Germany)

Painter, graphic artist, sculptor, inventor

Vladimir Baranov came from the petty bourgeoisie. In 1903–1908 he attended Odessa Art College. In 1908 he moved to St. Petersburg, where he entered the Academy of Fine Arts, but a year later was sent down for poor attendance.

Since 1907 he was involved in the first avant-garde exhibitions: Stefanos in Moscow, 1907; together with D. D. Burliuk, A. V. Lentulov and A. A. Exter in the exhibition Zveno (“The Link”) in Kiev, 1908; Venok-Stephanos (“Wreath-Stefanos”) in St. Petersburg, 1909; Impressionists in St. Petersburg, Wilno, Berlin, 1909–1910; exhibition at the Art Bureau under N. E. Dobychina in Petrograd, 1919.

In 1910 he went to Paris, where he became a resident of the artist’s colony La Ruche together with M. Chagall, O. Zadkine, A. Archipenko, Ch. Soutine, A. Modigliani and others. Under the pseudonym Rossiné he exposed his futuristic and suprematist compositions, as well as sculptures; for example, at the Salon of Independent he presented an abstract sculpture The Symphony № 2, made of metal pipes, wires and springs (1914, was lost). Baranov’s works were highly estimated by G. Apollinaire.

At the same time, Baranov took an interest in the idea of music and color synthesis through the use of basic spectral colors; he became friends with the founder of Orphism R. Delaunay. Under his influence, Baranov created such paintings as The War, The blue apocalypse. He became acquainted with A. N. Scriabin and wrote his portrait, which the composer left his autograph on: To the musician of colors — Scriabin.

In 1915 at the beginning of the First World War Baranov moved to Norway, Scandinavia, where the style of the artist was finally formed. He invented and projected the optophonic piano, and gave concerts in Christiania (now — Oslo), and Stockholm. The first personal exhibition of Baranov was held in the Norwegian capital.


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