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Ivan Akhremchik automatic translation

  • artist
  • teacher
1903 – 1971

Artist, teacher.

He worked in the genre of easel and monumental painting. He entered the history of Belarusian art as a representative of socialist realism. Most of his paintings are in the College of Arts named after the artist himself in Minsk.

Lived and worked in Minsk.

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Selected artworks

Associated institutions

Selected dates:

December 16, 1903

Born in Minsk.

1918

He entered the Penza Art College, but soon left it.

1921

He began to take an active part in exhibitions of various levels from regional to all-Union.

1930

Graduated from the Moscow Art and Technology Institute .

1931–1940

He taught at the Vitebsk Art College.

1930s

He painted the paintings "Coming of the Reds to Minsk", "Osintorf". In the post-war period, he created a painting in the foyer of the theaters of the young spectator and the opera house in the hall of the Belarusian Association of the Cultural Union in Minsk.

1938

With a group of like-minded people , he organized the Belarusian Union of Artists (BSH). For some time he was its chairman.

1948–1953

He taught at the Minsk Art College .

1949

He received the title of People's Artist of the BSSR (now the Republic of Belarus).

1953–1963

He taught at the Belarusian Polytechnic Institute (now the Belarusian National Technical University), where he headed the department of fine arts.

1963

He headed the chair of easel painting at the Belarusian State Art Institute (now the Belarusian State Academy of Arts).

March 9, 1971

Died in Minsk.

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  • minsk
  • соцреализм