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 Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev  (1886 - 1939)

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Lived/Active: United States/Russian Federation/France      Known for: portrait, figure and genre painting, graphics

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Boris Grigoriev was a Russian painter and graphic artist.  Grigoriev was born in Rybinsk and studied at the Stroganov Art School from 1903 to 1907. Grigoriev went on to study at the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg under Aleksandr Kiselyov, Dmitry Kardovsky and Abram Arkhipov from 1907 to 1912.  He began exhibiting his work in 1909 as a member of Union of Impressionists group, and became a member of the World of Art movement in 1913.[1] At that time he also was interesting in literature, writing novel Young Rays.

Grigoriev lived for a time in Paris, where he attended the Académie de la Grande Chaumière.  In Paris he was strongly influenced by Paul Cézanne.

After his return to Saint Petersburg in 1913 he became part of the Bohemian scene in St. Petersburg and was close to many artists and writers of the time, such as Sergey Sudeykin, Velimir Khlebnikov and the poet Anna Akhmatova, often painting their portraits.

Grigoriev was also interested in the Russian countryside, its peasants and village life. From 1916 to 1918 he created a series of paintings and graphic works, Russia (Raseja, Russian:), depicting the poverty and strength of the Russian peasantry and village life.  The alboum was started by a Grigoriev's poem To her stepsons.  The album won a praise from influential art-critic Alexandre Benois. According to Benois Grigoriev had shown the very essence of Russia in the period before the revolutionary upheaval.

From 1919, Grigoriev travelled and lived abroad in many countries including Finland, Germany, France, USA, Central and South Americas.  In 1934 he published his poem Russia in American Russian-language newspaper Novoye Russkoye Slovo. The poem was a poetic reflection of his famous Russia series of paintings. He also wrote poem America published only in 2003.

Grigoriev died in Cagnes-sur-Mer in 1939.

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