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Savely Sorine

 (1878 - 1953)
Savely Abramovich (Abramswitch) Sorine was active/lived in New York / Russian Federation.  Savely Sorine is known for portrait painting.

Biography  
Savely Sorine


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A Russian-born portrait painter, Savely Sorine studied with Ilya Repin at the Academy of Beaux Arts in Petrograd, where he won the Prix de Rome*.  After the Russian Revolution, he went into exile and exhibited widely including at the Salon d'Automne* in Paris in 1922 and 1923, and at the 1923-24 International Exposition in Pittsburgh.  In 1948, he painted a watercolor on paper portrait of Princess Elizabeth, the future Queen of England, which hangs in Clarence House in London.

Other portrait subjects were Pavlova, the Russian ballerina; John Ringling, circus master; and actress Lillian Gish.

In the later part of his life, he lived in New York City.

Source:
William Shawcross, The Queen Mother
Time magazine obituary, Nov. 30, 1953


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About  Savely Sorine

Born:  1878 - Russia
Died:   1953 - Manhattan, New York
Known for:  portrait painting