(1870 - 1942)
Alexander Buchkuri was active/lived in Russian Federation. Alexander Buchkuri is known for painting.
Biography Alexander Buchkuri
Buchkuri, who was born and died in Voronezh, studied at the Imperial Academy under Ilya Repin, who wrote of him: "he is an outstanding artist and I am proud that he was my pupil" (see M.V. Ilinsky, A.A. Buchkuri, Life and Work, Voronezh, 1958, p.5). The offered lot is one of a series of peasant girls he painted in the village of Podgorny, near Voronezh, where the artist lived and worked after moving there from St. Petersburg in 1907; some of these were exhibited in London (1910), Munich (1911) and Venice (1913). Buchkuri, together with his wife, was murdered by the Nazis in Voronezh in 1942 in a spontaneous mass execution in the middle of the city.