Daniel Vladimir Baranoff-Rossiné was a contemporary, sometimes a compatriot and very often a close friend of some of the greatest famous artists of his time, such as Chagall, El Lissitsky, Kandinsky, Larionov, Gontcharova, Malevitch, Pevsner, Arp, Robert and Sonia Delaunay. He was more often than not a leader as far as art was concerned, and part of all pictorial trends of the beginning of the century. At the same time he was an inventive genius, interested in all art forms and techniques, from his Optophonic piano to his Pointillist camouflage of still and moving bodies, and including making fizzy drinks.
He studied successively at the Imperial Academy then at the Ecole Supérieure Technique. He exhibited at the
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