(1887 - 1946)
Abraham Jacob Bogdanove was active/lived in New York, Maine / Russian Federation. Abraham Bogdanove is known for seascape, landscape, and portrait painting, mural.
Self Portrait ca. 1941
Biography Abraham Bogdanove
Born in Minsk, Russia, Abraham Bogdanove was a landscape, seascape and
portrait painter who is best known for his images of Monhegan Island,
off the coast of Maine. He also painted in Europe and in Canada at the
Bogdanove studied in New York at the Art
Students League, Cooper Union, the National Academy of Design, and
Columbia University School of Architecture where he trained with and
was studio assistant to the noted muralist, Francis Millet.
Between 1913 and 1930, Bogdanove completed numerous murals including
historical scenes relating to the founding of America and commissions
for numerous New York area school. During this time, he was
devoting much time to his fine-art painting.
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