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Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov Belski
(1868 - 1945)
Nikolai studied art starting around age fifteen at the following schools in Russia: the Semen Rachinski fine art school, the Troitse-Sergiyeva Lavra (1883), the Moscow School of Painting Sculpture and Architecture (1884-1889), and the Imperial Academy of Arts (1894-1895).
Bogdanov-Belsky painted in St. Petersburg, Russia until 1921 when he moved to work exclusively in Riga, Latvia. He often painted portraits as well as impressionistic landscapes and about the education of peasant children.
Bogdanov-Belsky was a member of the following societies: the Peredvizhniki, the Academy of Arts, and the Arkhip Kuindzhi Society of which he was a founding member and chairman of between 1913 and 1918. Nikolai passed away in Berlin, Germany.