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 Vladimir Pavlosky  (1884 - 1944)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts / Ukraine/Russian Federation      Known for: genre, figure, landscape, still life

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Mending the Nets
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A resident of Boston, Massachusetts, Vladimir Pavlosky was a painter, especially known for allegorical subjects and marine scenes. Favorite locations were Gloucester, Massachusetts and the coast of Maine.

He was born in the Ukraine of Russia, and studied with his father, Gregiory Pavlosky, a decorator of religious interiors. He emigrated to America at age 20 to avoid being drafted into the Tsar's Army.

Pavlosky was a member of the Boston Watercolor Society and the Gloucester Art Association and exhibited widely including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Gloucester and Rockport Art Associations, and the North Shore Art Association.

Among his commissions are interior paintings and murals in St. Mary's Polish Church in Boston and also murals in the Fenway and Orpheum Theaters of that city.

Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

Biography from Stanford Fine Art:
Vladimir Pavlovsky was born in the Ukraine, Russia and was predestined to become an artist as he came from a long line of Russian Interior decorators who were well-trained painters, guilders, and carvers. His father, Gregiory Pavlovsky, who was a decorator of ecclesiastical interiors, gave the young boy his training in the arts.

At the age of twenty, Vladimir moved to the United States to avoid conscription in the Tsar’s Army. Once in the United States, Vladimir settled in Boston, Massachusetts where he quickly became active in the art community of the area. He was a member of numerous organizations, such as the Boston Watercolor Society, Copley Society and Boston Guild of Artists, and exhibited regularly at numerous galleries and art associations.

Pavlovsky was skilled as an allegorical painter but specialized in shore scenes depicting the life of Gloucester fisherman and the coast of Maine. Pavlovsky was also commissioned to complete numerous murals and interiors throughout the Boston area.

MEMBERSHIPS
Boston Watercolor Society
Copley Society
Boston Guild of Artists
Gloucester Artists Association
Gloucester Society of Artists
Rockport Artists Association
North Shore Artists Association

EXHIBITIONS
Grace Horn Gallery, 1922
Copley Society
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1923
Doll & Richards Gallery, Boston, MA (solos: 1924-29 annually, 1939, 1941, 1944)
Carson Pirie & Scott, Chicago, IL 1928, 1931
Art Institute of Chicago, 1928-29, 1931
Boston Watercolor Society
Gallery on the Moors
Gloucester Society of Artists
Gloucester Artist Association
Rockport Artists Association
Carnegie Institute of Art
Vose Galleries
Ogunquit, Maine Art Club

COLLECTIONS
Interior of St. Mary’s Polish Church
Murals,Fenway, Theater, Boston
Orpheum Theater, Boston
Strand Theater, Lynn, MA

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