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Arkady Astapovich

1896 – 1941

Artist. He worked in the genre of graphics, in particular linocut, made a significant contribution to the development of the graphic landscape. He also created book and magazine illustrations and paintings.

Member of the All-Belarusian Association of Artists. More than 200 works by Astapovich are in the collection of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus.

He lived and worked mainly in the village of Novoselki near Minsk and in Minsk.

Selected events

Selected artworks

Articles on KALEKTAR

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Selected dates:

September 30, 1896

Born in Minsk (Russian Empire, now the Republic of Belarus).

1906-1914

He studied at the Grodno male gymnasium.

1914

He entered the St. Petersburg Polytechnic Institute named after Peter the Great.

1915-1916

He studied at the graphic department of the Drawing School of the Imperial Society for the Encouragement of Arts in St. Petersburg.

1920-1922

He studied at the Drawing School in Kharkov.

1922-1929

He taught drawing, drawing and mathematics in the village of Novoselki near Minsk and Minsk.

September 21, 1941

He died at the beginning of World War II in the battle of Orel. The place of burial is unknown.

2021

The National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus hosted a personal exhibition of easel graphics by Arkady Astapovich, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the artist.