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Pseudonyms,autonyms and aliases: Khrabrov 1871–1960 Внимание! Продажи данного художника отслеживаются УПРАВИС  

GRABAR (Khrabrov) Igor Emmanuilovich

March 13, 1871 (Budapest) — May 16, 1960 (Moscow)

Painter, graphic artist, architect, art historian, art critic


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Грабарь, Игорь Эммануилович

Biography

GRABAR (Khrabrov) Igor Emmanuilovich

March 13, 1871 (Budapest) — May 16, 1960 (Moscow)

Painter, graphic artist, architect, art historian, art critic

Igor Grabar was born to a family of lawyer, member of Hungarian parliament E. I. Grabar, who immigrated to Russia in 1880 for political reasons and changed family name to Khrabrov. The young boy studied art in the gymnasium of Egoryevsk in Ryazan province, under the guidance of I. M. Shevchenko (1880–1882). In 1882–1889 he studied under V. V. Popov in the Imperial Katkov Lyceum in Moscow. At the same time Grabar attended Sunday drawing classes under Moscow Society of Art Lovers. Since 1889 he studied at the faculties of history and philology in St. Petersburg University. At that time he worked as an artist and critic in the magazines Strekoza (“Dragonfly”), Shut (“Jester”), Budilnik (“Alarm”) and Neva.

In 1892–1894 Grabar took private lessons in painting and drawing under P. P. Chistyakov. In 1894 he entered the Higher Art Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under the Imperial Academy of Arts; he studied in the studio of I. E. Repin. In 1896 Grabar moved to Munich, where he continued his art education in the School A. Ažbe. Since 1897 he worked as an assistant of A. Ažbe. In 1897 Grabar lived in Paris for some months; he attended the Academy of R. Julien and F. Colarossi. Since 1899 the artist taught in the School of Ažbe and Grabar. Since 1898 he completed architecture course of the president of Munich Polytechnic School F. von Thiersch.

In 1898–1899 Grabar exposed his works at the exhibitions of Moscow Society of Art Lovers.

In 1901 the painter returned to St. Petersburg, joined the society Mir Iskusstva (“World of Art”); since 1902 he took part in the exhibitions of the society. In 1902 Grabar made a trip to Astrakhan and Vologda provinces along the Sukhona and the Northern Dvina Rivers in order to study the Old Russia architecture. In 1903 he moved to Moscow, became a member of the Union of Russian Artists, and exposed his works at the exhibitions of the Union (till 1910).

In 1905–1906 Grabar collaborated with the magazines Zhupel (“Bugbear”) and Adskaya Pochta (“Hellish Mail”). In 1906–1907 he participated in the exhibitions of Russian art organized by S. P. Dyagilev in Paris and in Berlin. In 1909–1910 the artist exposed his works in the Salons of V. A. Izdebsky, in 1911 — at the World exhibition in Rome. In late 1900s he was one of the founders of the edition, editor and author of the manyvolumed book History of Russian Art (Moscow, the publishing house I. N. Knebel, 1910–1915), and a series of monographs Russian Artists.

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