(1870 - 1940)
Ivan Kirillovich Parkhomenko was active/lived in Russian Federation. Ivan Parkhomenko is known for painting.
Biography Ivan Parkhomenko
Kirillovich Parkhomenko (1870-1940) was a Soviet portraitist, known for
his St. Petersburg gallery that comprised of over 90 Russian realist
portraits of various Soviet writers, including those of Leo Tolstoy,
Ivan Bunin, Alexander Blok, Demyan Bedny, among many others. In 1908,
when he returned to St. Petersburg from studying in Paris, he founded
several other portrait galleries, which he dedicated to painting Russian
authors, such as Aleksey Remizov, and political figures, including
Vladimir Lenin, Sergei Witte, and others.
Dubbed the Kremlin Painter,
Parkhomenko created realistic, raw portraits, often reflecting his
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