Born in Russia on October11, 1871. Zelenko taught at Moscow University. Due to the Revolution, he immigrated to New York City in 1920 and worked as a civil engineer. By 1923 he was in Los Angeles where he taught at Woodcraft Ass'n. He died in Moscow on July 21, 1953. Exhibited: Potboiler (Los Angeles), 1923.
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