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 Stanislav Yulianovich Zhukovsky  (1875 - 1944)

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Lived/Active: Poland      Known for: landscape, interior and portrait painting

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Stanislav Zhukovsky was born in the city of Grodno in 1875 and enrolled at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in 1892.  His virtuosity, particularly for representing interiors and landscapes, was widely recognized by his contemporaries, and he went on to exhibit with the Itinerants, becoming an official member of the group in 1903.

In keeping with their artistic aims, Zhukovsky sought to champion the beauty of everyday life and the Russian countryside in his oeuvre.  His painting, Interior with Samovar, epitomizes the artist's celebration of the commonplace.  His attention to detail—for example the delicate designs of the porcelain plates hanging on the wall, or the overcoat and hat casually placed on the empty chair—lends a charming sense of intimacy to the scene.  Meanwhile he incorporates elements of landscape painting in his depiction of the warm summer day outside, rendering the sunlight shining through the foliage with bold, dazzling brushstrokes that infuse the scene with an airy and welcoming atmosphere. 

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Stanislav Yulianovich Zhukovsky was a Polish-Russian Impressionist painter.  He was born in Yendrikhovtsy, Grodno Province. He was a student of Isaac Levitan and graduate of the Moscow School of Painting. Zhukovsky became a celebrated painter associated with the Impressionist movement and established his own art studio in Moscow, in which he mentored many artists, most notably the painter Liubov Popova and a young Vladimir Mayakovsky who was then working as a poster artist.

As a painter, Zhukovsky was dedicated to landscapes and wealthy estates. His fondness for lavish things left him suspect in the Bolshevik era, and in 1923 he moved from the Soviet Union to his ancestral homeland of Poland.

During World War II, he was arrested by the Nazis and held at the prisoner transit camp (Durchgangslager) at Pruszków where he died in 1944.

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Stanislav Yulianovich Zhukovsky (1875 - 1944)
A Polish painter with Russian connections;  Stanislav Zhukovsky studied in 1892-1901 at the Moscow’s Art and Sculpture School under S. Korowin, A. Archipov and I. Levitan. After studies he stayed in Russia.

Since 1896, Stanislav Yulianovich Zhukovsky has been taking part in the Pieriedwizhnik’s Association exhibitions. After 1923, he moved to Warsaw.  He is known for his outstanding landscapes, painted interiors and sometimes portraits.

Zukowski was awarded by a gold medal for his „Autumn Evening” at the Munich’s International Exhibition in 1912. During his stay in Russia he signed his works with Cyrillic letters and later with Latin alphabet. Many of his paintings can be found in Polish museums as well as in Moscow, Petersburg (Russia) and Minsk (Belarus).

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